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Journal Article

Why Do Animals Fight?

Wallace Craig
International Journal of Ethics
Vol. 31, No. 3 (Apr., 1921), pp. 264-278
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Topics: Animals, Pigeons, Birds, Reagents, Evolution, Species, Cats, Bird nesting, Mammals, Neighborhoods
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Notes and References

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    Craig. Appetites and Aversions as Constituents of Instincts. Biol. Bull., 1918, Volume 34.
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    Wheeler, W. M. The Parasitic Aculeata, a study in evolution. Proc. Amer. Philos. Soc., 1919, Volume 58.
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    Hocking, W. E.Human Nature and Its Remaking. New Haven, 1918. Chapter XXIV.
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    W. H. Hudson. The Naturalist in La Plata. London, 1892. Chapter XXII.