Maternal Instincts & the Shaping of the Species
This book starts from the standpoint of Darwinist evolutionary theory, but turns it on its head. Nature is known as Mother Nature. This book demonstrates that evolution is controlled not by the male of the species but by the female who is more diverse, deadlier and more adaptable for her own and for evolutionary purposes than the male. It argues that evolution is about the survival of the fittest . . . female . . .