EVOLUTIONARY PSYCHOLOGY AND MOTIVATION
When one looks at the intellectual landscape of the modern university, at the scholarly and scientific interests of its faculty, the panorama is seamless. There are no discontinuities. The interests of physicists transmogrify into those of chemists, those of chemists into those of biologists, and so on. The lines, the divisions, between departments have been created out of administrative, not intellectual, necessity.
Leger, Daniel; Kamil, Alan; and French, Jeffrey, "Introduction: Fear and Loathing of Evolutionary Psychology in the Social Sciences" (2001). Psychology Faculty Publications. 4.