ABSTRACT. Buller contends that the kind of evolutionary arms race within a single species would have characterized all of human psychological evolution that was responsive to the human social environment. Feest distinguishes between two notions of functional analysis: (i) functional analysis is an explanatory strategy, which explains the behavioral capacities of a system by reference to the behavioral capacities of its parts; (ii) functional analysis is an investigative strategy, which identifies those parts. Futuyma holds that two seeming characters may be just two aspects of a single feature if they are consistently correlated.



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