The coda traces how, by the end of the nineteenth century, British writers accommodated instinct to a liberal modernity in which institutions such as the law had been made part of the environment to which an evolutionary concept of instinct responds. It thus examines how instinct was less frequently cast as an asocial faculty, being instead a precondition for producing capable citizens and workers.
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