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On aggression

By: Lorenz, Konrad
Material type: TextTextNew York, NY Harcourt, Brace & World c1966Edition: [1st ed.]Description: xiv, 306p.; illus.; bibliogContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume Subject(s): Aggressive behavior in animals | AggressivenessLOC classification: QL775 .L6813
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'Thoroughly alarmed by the mounting threat to the survival of the human species caused by the combination of uncontrolled primitive instincts with highly elaborate and destructive weapons, Professor Lorenz presents his findings on the nature of aggression.'
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1st pub. in Austria as Das Sogenannte Bose; zur Naturgeschichte der Aggression; c1963. Transl. by Marjorie Kerr Wilson. "A Helen and Kurt Wolff book.

'Thoroughly alarmed by the mounting threat to the survival of the human species caused by the combination of uncontrolled primitive instincts with highly elaborate and destructive weapons, Professor Lorenz presents his findings on the nature of aggression.'

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