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Social Science Today
While accounts of human action may be strengthened by the addition of a biological component we should be careful not to replace "hard core social constructionism" with oversimplified evolutionary narratives in which human traits are "explained" as the product of natural selection. Narratives have inherent weaknesses as explanatory accounts and evolutionary narratives share these weaknesses. In addition there is no consensus amongst biologists on the target of natural selection and humandoi:10.12735/sst.v1i1p12 fatcat:3hthsujerfghpg3r4l6xqhcwli