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Sex, War, and Friendship in Homo Sapiens


By davidswanson - Posted on 18 February 2011

January/February 2011 Cover

Speaking of Sex: An interview with Christopher Ryan

The psychologist and co-author of Sex at Dawn: The Prehistoric Origins of Modern Sexuality looks at what the evidence says about humans’ “natural” state.

SPECIAL BOOK EXCERPT: War is A Lie

“There has probably never been a war that hasn’t been explained as an absolutely necessary, inevitable, and unavoidable last resort.”

Making Friends in High Places

Three American peace activists meet their young Afghani counterparts.


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