sociobiologically


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Adv.1.sociobiologically - with respect to sociobiology; "explain the behavior sociobiologically"
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related levels of elevated stress are sociobiologically linked to
In general terms, then, the archetypal nonfiction novelist underpins the indeterminacy of social practice with the sociobiologically fostered conventions of rationality, with the resulting class of fiction being a third branch to the third phase of Foley's taxonomy.
Sociobiologically speaking, homophobia exists for only two reasons: to exclude a few men from every generation's warrior parties, or to drive them out into all-male work camps of their own making (for more on the latter, I refer you to Jonathan Ned Katz's life-work).