Richard D. Alexander
Born: 1929 in White Heath, Illinois
Pen Name: None Connection to Illinois: *Alexander was born in White Heath, Illinois Biography: Richard Alexander is a Retired Professor of Biology, a Farmer and a Writer. He currently resides in Michigan.Alexander was a Rockefeller Foundation research associate at Ohio State University and was an instructor, assistant professor , associate professor, profesor of biology and curator of insects at Museum of Zoology at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. He has published about 140 articles and books, and two phonograph records of insect sounds, between 1954 and the present.Alexander edited ''The Biology of the Naked Mole Rat'' with other authors.
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|Club 48 :
ISBN: 0971231419 OCLC: 50065614 Woodlane Farm Books, Manchester, Mich. : ©2001. Anecdotal and biographical information about male residents of Butler Dormitory, Blackburn College, Carlinville, IL, from 1946 to 1948.
|Darwinism and human affairs /
ISBN: 0295959010 OCLC: 4956611 University of Washington Press, Seattle : ©1979. From books blurb: Darwinism and human affairs. Drawing on recent developments in biology, a distinguished scholar discusses human behavior in terms of modern evolutionary theory. With clarity and precision, he argues that evolution can be used as an explanatory principle to help understand a wide range of human social activity. This line of inquiry leads him to some far-reaching speculations about the reasons for cultural change and it directions. The book begins with a review of basic evolutionary theory, presenting evidence to support the proposition that human social organization arises out of characteristics evolved by the process of natural selection. This approach resolves the apparent contradiction between the concepts of humans as either hedonistic individuals or groups altruists, by showing that they are actually both, and by explaining how this can be true. To test this view of human evolution, the author examines various predictions about human behavior that follow logically from the principle of natural selection. Cultural patterns in marriage, inheritance, and social altruism are explored, and the concepts of justice, ethics, and morality are interpreted in new ways. The result is a better understanding of the relationship between the process of organic evolution and the structure, variations, and significance of human behavior.
|Natural selection and social behavior :
ISBN: 0632006242 OCLC: 7593881 Chiron Press ; New York : ©1981.
|Playin' cowboy :
ISBN: 0971231443 OCLC: 80222958 Woodlane Farm Books, Manchester, Mich. : ©2006. A collection of 170 stories, essays, verses, songs, drawings, and cartoons about horses and horse people.
|Pop's story :
ISBN: 0971231435 OCLC: 880393608 Woodlane Farm Books, Manchester, Mich. : ©2005. The author recounts memories of life with his farmer father in Piatt County, Illinois.
|Teaching yourself to train your horse :
ISBN: 0971231400 OCLC: 50030421 Woodlane Farm Books, Manchester, Mich. : ©2001.
|The biology of moral systems
ISBN: 9780203700976 OCLC: 1003855466
|The biology of moral systems /
ISBN: 0202011739 OCLC: 14359861 A. de Gruyter, Hawthorne, N.Y. : ©1987.
|The red fox and Johnny Valentine's blue-speckled hound /
ISBN: 0971231427 OCLC: 54467122 Woodlane Farm Books, Manchester, Mich. : ©2004. Traces the intertwined lives of a red fox, an unusual hound pup named Speckles, a boy named Johnny Valentine and his fiddler friend Tennessee.