Hm. To be clear, I'm not only talking about the testes and adrenals. I'm talking about the parts of the system that are modulated by testosterone as well ... which, given that testosterone partly determines our gender-associated traits, seems like a "behavior of the individual organism". So, you're position still seems muddled and vague. If there's no clear line between "behavior of the individual organism" and "behavior of a significant part of the organism", then what *IS* the subject of evopsych? Really?
On 02/22/2018 03:07 PM, Nick Thompson wrote: > Well, than that is exactly where we part company. You're talking about the > behavior of the testes (and the adrenals); I am talking about the behavior > of the individual organism. Gets fuzzy when we talk about bees. -- ☣ uǝlƃ ============================================================ FRIAM Applied Complexity Group listserv Meets Fridays 9a-11:30 at cafe at St. John's College to unsubscribe http://redfish.com/mailman/listinfo/friam_redfish.com FRIAM-COMIC http://friam-comic.blogspot.com/ by Dr. Strangelove