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The Moral Animal   Paperback cover Author(s) Robert Wright Country United States Language English Subject(s) Social evolution, Evolutionary Psychology, Morality, Ethics Publisher Vintage Books Publication date 1994 Media type Hardcover, Paperback Pages 466 pages (paperback) ISBN ISBN 0-679-76399-6 (1st edition, hardcover) OCLC Number 33496013 The Moral Animal is a 1994 book by Robert Wright. The New York Times Book Review chose it as one of the 12 best books of 1994; it was a national bestseller and has been published in 12 languages. The book explores many facets of our everyday life through the lens of evolutionary biology. Wright provides Darwinian explanations for human behavior and psychology, our social dynamics and structures, as well as our relationships with lovers, friends, and family. The book borrows extensively from Charles Darwin's better-known publications, including Origin of Species, but also from his chronicles and personal writings, illustrating behavioral principles with Darwin's own biographical examples. Contents 1 See also 2 References 3 Bibliographical information 4 External links See also Evolutionary Biology Evolutionary Psychology Evolutionary Ethics Morality Ethics Steven Pinker Richard Dawkins John Stuart Mill kin selection reciprocal altruism The Naked Ape References Bibliographical information The Moral Animal: Why We Are the Way We Are: The New Science of Evolutionary Psychology. Vintage, 1995. ISBN 0-679-76399-6 External links Robert Wright's website. Robert Wright Interview with Steven Pinker Stevin Pinker's New York Times Book Review article on The Moral Animal. Booknotes interview with Wright on Moral Animal, January 8, 1995.