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Arbitrary culture theory

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Arbitrary culture theory is the view that human behavior is purely a product of culture, and that culture is completely arbitrary. The implication of this idea is that evolution cannot be applied to human behavior.[1]

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  1. Alcock, John. 2005. Animal Behavior. Sinauer Associates. ISBN-10:0878930051
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