W. C. Allee

Warder Clyde Allee (5 June 188518 March 1955) was an American zoologist and ecologist known for his work in the behavioural sciences during the 1930s.

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The Social Life of Animals (1938)Edit

  • The mortal enemies of man are not his fellows of another continent or race; they are the aspects of the physical world which limit or challenge his control, the disease germs that attack him and his domesticated plants and animals, and the insects that carry many of these germs as well as working notable direct injury. This is not the age of man, however great his superiority in size and intelligence; it is literally the age of insects.
    • Chapter VII: Some Human Implications

Cooperation among Animals with Human Implications (1951)Edit

  • Widely dispersed knowledge concerning the important role of basic cooperative processes among living beings may lead to the acceptance of cooperation as a guiding principle both in social theory and as a basis for human behavior. Such a development when it occurs will alter the course of human history.
    • Page 213 (cited in "The Altruism Equation", by Lee Alan Dugatkin (2006), page 58)

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