Courses 2011 - 2012

LAW B 586 Biology And Law Seminar

Credits: 1-6, Max 6

Addresses the biological bases of legal action. Explores issues of evolutionary theory (inclusive fitness, altruism, spite, kinship, cooperation), and ethology (coalition, ranks, class structures, life patterns). Takes up evolutionary theories that have been applied to selected legal subjects, such as property and environmental law. All students in the seminar must complete a paper meeting the standards of the Advanced Writing Project requirement.

Not offered this academic year.

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