Darwin@LSE had a range of in-house publications, including the Darwinism Today book series, a special issue of the Demos Quarterly on evolutionary psychology, and the evolutionist collection of interviews.


  • Darwinism Today
  • Demos Quarterly
  • the evolutionist


Further publications

Helena Cronin

  • Cronin, H (1990) Darwin's shroud of silence, London Daily Telegraph, 22 September [Review ofBowlby, J (1990) Charles Darwin: a biography. London, Hutchinson]
  • Cronin, H (1991) The Ant and the Peacock: Altruism and sexual selection from Darwin to today. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.
  • Cronin, H (1991) Down blind alleys on Freud's trail, London Daily Telegraph, 12 January, p. xvii [Review of Ritvo, L B (1991) Darwin's Influence on Freud: A tale of two sciences. New Haven, Yale University Press]
  • Cronin, H (1991) Lofty contempt for nature's left buttock, London Daily Telegraph, 8 June[Review of Gould, S J (1991) Bully for Brontosaurus: Reflections in natural history. London, Hutchinson Radius]
  • Cronin, H (1991) The origins of evolution, London Times Educational Supplement. 29 November [Review of Desmond, A and Moore, J (1991) Darwin. London, Michael Joseph]
  • Cronin, H (1992) Sexual selection: Historical perspectives in Keywords in Evolutionary Biology. Keller E F and Lloyd E A (eds). Cambridge, Massachusetts, Harvard University Press, pp. 286-93
  • Cronin, H (1992) What do animals want?, New York Times (Book Review), 1 November, p.14.[Review of Griffin, D R (1992) Animal Minds. Chicago, University of Chicago Press]
  • Cronin, H (1993) Oh, those bonobos!, New York Times (Book Review), 29 August, p.19[Review of Small, M F (1993) Female Choices: Sexual behavior of female primates. Ithaca,Cornell University Press]
  • Cronin, H (1994) True lies, New York Times (Book Review), 24 July, p. 5 [Review of Rue, L.(1994) By the Grace of Guile: The role of deception in natural history and human affairs. New York, Oxford University Press]
  • Cronin, H (1996) Adaptation, Microsoft Encarta Encyclopedia, World English Edition
  • Cronin, H (1997) It's only natural, Red Pepper, 38 (July), 21
  • Cronin, H (1997/98) The evolution of evolution, Time (Special issue: The New Age of Discovery)(Winter), 92-9
  • Cronin, H (1998) Guest Essay: Darwinian insights into sex and gender, Microsoft Encarta Encyclopedia, World English Edition
  • Genes and sex: an interview with Helena Cronin by Jeremy Stangroom, The Philosophers' Magazine
  • Cronin, H (2000) Getting human nature right, Edge 73
  • Cronin, H (2000) A moment or a lifetime? A Darwinian perspective on sex and parenting, in Commitment: Who cares?: Transcript of the One Plus One Marriage and Partnership Research, pp. 21-5
  • Cronin, H (2001) Natural born co-operators: Darwinism for policy-makers, Rationalist Press Association: Proceedings of the Centennial Conference. Rationalism in the twenty-first century, pp.26-8
  • Cronin, H (2003) Evolutionary psychology, in What Philosophers Think. Baggini J and StangroomJ (eds). London, Continuum, pp. 32-41
  • Cronin, H (2003) Getting human nature right, in The New Humanists: Science at the edge. Brockman J. (ed) New York, Barnes and Noble Books, pp. 53-65
  • Cronin, H (2005) The vital statistics, London Guardian, 12 March; readers' responses: 16 March, 19 March
  • Cronin, H (2005) Adaptation: A critique of some current evolutionary thought, Quarterly Review of Biology. 80 (1), pp.19-26
  • Cronin, H (2006) The battle of the sexes revisited, in Richard Dawkins: How a scientist changed the way we think. Reflections by scientists, writers, and philosophers. Grafen A and Ridley M (eds). Oxford, Oxford University Press, pp. 14-26
  • Cronin, H and Curry, O (2000) The evolved family in Family Business. Wilkinson, H (ed)Demos Collection, 15, pp. 151-7. London, Demos
  • Cronin, H and Curry, O (2000) Pity poor men: If Labour wants to save the family, they shouldfocus on fathers, London Guardian, 5 February

Oliver Curry

  • Curry, O S, Price, M E, and Price, J G (in press). Patience is a virtue: cooperative people have lower discount rates. Personality and Individual Differences.
  • Curry, O (forthcoming). Selfish gene theory. In T Benton (Ed.), The Seventy Great Mysteries of Nature: Thames & Hudson.
  • Curry, O (forthcoming). The conflict-resolution theory of virtue. In W. P. Sinnott-Armstrong (Ed.), Moral Psychology (Vol. I). Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT Press.
  • Price, M E, Brown, W M, and Curry, O S (2007). The integrative framework for the behavioural sciences. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 30, 39-40.
  • Curry, O (2007). Animal instincts set us on the moral path. THES, 6 April.
  • Curry, O (2006). One good deed. Nature, 444(7120), 683.
  • Curry, O (2005). Morality as Natural History: An adaptationist account of ethics. PhD, London School of Economics, London.
  • Curry, O (2006). Who's afraid of the naturalistic fallacy? Evolutionary Psychology, 4, 234-247.
  • Curry, O (2005) A Change of Mind?, Nature 435, 7041: 425-26.
  • Curry, O (2003) Get real: evolution as metaphor and mechanism, British Journal of Politics and International Relations, 5 (1), 112-17
  • Curry, O (2003) Evolutionary psychology: 'Fashionable ideology' or 'new foundation'? Human Nature Review, 3, 81-92
  • Curry, O (2003) Review of Field, A J, Altruistically Inclined? The behavioral sciences,evolutionary theory, and the origins of reciprocity', Quarterly Review of Biology, 78 (1), 126-7
  • Curry, O (2003) Review of Gigerenzer, Gerd and Selten, Reinhard (eds) Bounded Rationality: the adaptive toolbox, Human Nature Review, 3 (14 March), 163-5
  • Curry, O (2001) Review of van der Dennen, J M G, Smillie, David, and Wilson, Daniel R (eds) The Darwinian Heritage and Sociobiology, Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 37 (4), 395-6
  • Cronin, H and Curry, O (2000) The evolved family in Family Business. Wilkinson, H (ed) Demos Collection, 15, pp. 151-7. London, Demos
  • Cronin, H and Curry, O (2000) Pity poor men: If Labour wants to save the family, they should focus on fathers, London Guardian, 5 February