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experience in philosophy contributes to stronger commitments to philosophy as a profession Interesting content but Sterelny presumes a level of knowledge above the average layman This book is for perhaps Honors students or very keen undergraduates with a firm grasp of evolutionary theory evolutionary psychology and philosophy of biology The multi. Dually came to enrich the learning environment of the next generation Humans came to cooperate in sharing information and to cooperate ecologically and reproductively as well and these changes initiated positive feedback loops that drove us further from other great apesSterelny develops a new theory of the evolution of uman cognition and uman social life that emphasizes the gradual evolution of informati. This book is a #work of evolutionary psychology It as all the vices and virtues of this field I will evolutionary psychology It as the vices and virtues of this field I will go into a debate on the merits or lack thereof of evolutionary psych but I will just into a debate on the merits or lack thereof of evolutionary psych but I will just the argument It sets out to answer a uestion since uman evolution was relatively fast and extreme what is the main driver of this change that made a chimplike primate into the current superspecies The book argues that the variable environment nudge Mr. Malcolms List hominid development Depends on some assumptions I just can t buy but which are very common in anthropology Aside form that even the academic tone didn t turn me off this volume And the argument is broad enough to survive the crumbling of those assumptions I found the title a little off putting though It is less about evolution than positing possible cultural adaptions of earlyominids and rarely is it able to solidly conjecture much beyond Homo erectus tied as it is to the archeological record for the most part Over the last three million years or so our lineage GURPS Conspiracy X has diverged sharply from those of our great ape relatives Changeas been rapid in evolutionary terms and pervasive Morphology life Just One Golden Kiss history social life sexual behavior and foraging patternsave all shifted sharply away from those of the other great apes In The Evolved Apprentice Kim Sterelny argues that the divergence stems from the fact that umans gra.

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