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Ed at the end of the nineteenth century But now David Sloan Wilson expands on what we traditionally consider biological Informed by decades of research and drawing on a wide range of studies that cover topics from the breeding of hens to the timing of cataract surgeries in infants to the organization of an auto plant Wilson investigates the development and evolution of human social and cultural institutions What emerges is an incredibly powerful argument if we can wisely manage the evolutionary processes that function within our social and cultural institutions we will have the power to achie.
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From noted evolutionary biologist and the author of Evolution for Everyone comes a paradigm changing new look at how we can apply evolutionary theory to our social and cultural institutionsDarwin s theory of evolution provides a single theoretical framework for biology and all life sciences today But among humanities scholars it is widely assumed that our rich cultural and behavioral development operates outside the rules of evolutionary theory In fact Darwin s theory has been considered taboo in the study of the social sciences in light of the inhumane theories of social Darwinism that emerg.
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Ve positive social and economic change that has the potential to drastically improve our institutions our communities and ourselvesDAVID SLOAN WILSON is an evolutionary biologist with a special interest in human biocultural evolution and Distinguished Professor of Biology and Anthropology at Binghamton University He is the author of Evolution for Everyone and The Neighborhood Project as well as several academic books including Does Altruism Exist and Darwin s Cathedral He is the president of The Evolution Institute and is the editor in chief of the institute s online magazine This View of Lif.
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