The fates of nations a biological theory of history is a 1980 book by paul colinvaux professor of ecology at ohio state university description the book is a theory of history from an ecologists perspective arguing that the fundamental structure and constraints of human breeding habits can explain much of the ebb and flow of human history. The fates of nations has 17 ratings and 5 reviews fons said in this book paul colinvaux develops an interesting ecological theory which i try to sum. Based on a comment i read on a web site i went to go find an old book on the historical process from 1980 called the fates of nations by paul colinvaux in line with big historical narratives the book presents a theory of history through a biological lens taking ecological concerns into account. The fates of nations a biological theory of history review part 2 read part one last time we saw that humans were able to take control of their ecological niche altering it though artificial means and forcing more of the earths net primary productivity to themselves and depriving it from other plants and animals causing extinctions and . The fates of nations alexander at arbela the human niche why history happens war in the mediterranean human lemmings the army that genghis led rebellion in america the struggle for europe
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