Love and Hate (book)
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Love and Hate: The Natural History of Behavior Patterns is a book by Irenäus Eibl-Eibesfeld. It was originally published in German under the title, Liebe und Hass: Zur Naturgeschichte elementarer Verhaltensweisen in 1970.
- The "Human Beast"--A Modern Caricature of Man
- Preprogramming in Human and Animal Behavior
- Phylogeny and Ritualization
- The Advantages of Sociability
- The Ethologist's View of Aggression
- The Biological Basis for Ethical Norms
- Antidotes to Aggression
- What Keeps People Together?
- More About Bond-Establishing Rites
- The Development of the Personal Bond and Basic Trust
- From Individualized Group to Anonymous Community
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