Index of Subjects and Names
abnormality, 34
action, 15, 77, 98, 127, 135, 143, 167,
172, 175,
183, 184
joint, 182
activity, 79, 88, 95, 150, 171, 174, 187,
198
adaptiveness, 54, 56, 69, 84, 153
agency, 15,92,95,98,17°, 175, 176,
183, 186, 196
aggression, 41, 91, 132, 134, 137, 139,
167, 169
Ainsworth, R., 102, 104
Alberch, P., 104, 216 n6, 225 nIl, n12,
nl5
Alberts, B., 71
Alexander, R. D., 153, 158, 161, 162,
163
Alland, A., Jr., 22, 32, 33, 35
Allen, V. L., 57
altruism, 41, 92, 158, 164, 168, 207
Amundson, R., 216 n6, 223 unnumb.
note
analysis of variance, 24, 39, 106, 1°7,
218 unnumb. note
Anastasi, A., 22
Andresen, 1. T., 216 n3
Angier, N., 121, 126
anthropology, 16, 97, 145, 176
Antonovics, 1., 200, 205, 206
Aristotle, 82, 91
assumptions, theoretical. See theoreti-
cal assumptions
autocatalysis, 123, 209
Barash, D.,
132,
133, 135, 136, 139, 141,
169
Barkow, 1., 229 unnumb. note
Bateson, G., 67, 87, 145, 147, 149, 151,
229 n2
Bateson, M. C., 145, 149, 219 n3,
229 n2
Bateson, P. [Po G.], 4,8,9,22,46,48,
59,66,81,87,93,110,158,159,196,
203,211
bauplan, 225 nIl
Beach, F. A., 22
Beckstrom, 1. H., 153, 156, 159, 230 n2
(chap. 9)
Bellah, R. N., 164
Bern, D. 1., 15
Berlin, F. S., 169, 178
Binet, A., 212
biological base, 15, 18, 23, 26, 47, 66,
91, 102, 124, 134, 147, 155, 178
biology, 16, 41, 60, 65, 69, 76, 77, 82,
96, 110, 164, 166, 191, 207. See
also biological base
developmental, 28, 32, 70, 201,
215
n3
molecular, 23, 51, 215 n3, 220 n7
biology-culture opposition, 3, 6, 14-
16,22,77,91,94,95,97,131,137,
140, 180. See also nature-nurture
opposition
biophilia, Mary Daly's concept of, 134
blame, 177-179, 183-184
Bleier, R., 228 nl
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