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"Behavior" is an important category in the life sciences. It is central to all negotiations of human-animal relationships and is present in both science and scholarship, and the popular media. Understanding the historical paths and the political dimensions of behavior research cannot just be a task for biology. An interdisciplinary historicization of the concept is required, which this volume provides for the first time.
Georg Toepfer, Leibniz Center for Literature and Cultural Research, Berlin; Sophia Gräfe, Philipp University Marburg, Germany.
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