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This book is unbelievably repetitive. I gave up on page 127 when I read about the Peacok's tail for what seemed the third or fourth time. We are introduced to his tail on p. 3 and told then that we learn about the evolution of human art, morality, language and creativity on account of the tail. I bought the book to learn about morality and evolution. I teach ethics. I had thought Miller was going to say that we have picked our partners over the millennia because we judge them trustworthy, supportive, truthful. Both partners contribute these genes , time after time. He does not say this . He just repeats himself ad infinitum.