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The War of the Sexes

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Paul Seabright is an author and professor of economics at the Toulouse School of Economics

Paul Seabright argues that we can achieve greater harmony and equality between the sexes by understanding how the tension between conflict and cooperation developed in our remote evolutionary past, how it shaped the modern world, and how it still holds us back, both at home and at work.

Chair: Dr Terri Apter, psychologist, writer and senior tutor at Newnham College, Cambridge.

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