Darwinian Sociocultural Evolution

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Darwinian Sociocultural Evolution

By Marion Blute

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Social scientists can learn a lot from evolutionary biology - from systematics and principles of evolutionary ecology to theories of social interaction including competition, conflict and cooperation, as well as niche construction, complexity, eco-evo-devo, and the role of the individual in evolutionary processes. Darwinian sociocultural evolutionary theory applies the logic of Darwinism to social-learning based cultural and social change. With a multidisciplinary approach for graduate biologists, philosophers, sociologists, anthropologists, social psychologists, archaeologists, linguists, economists, political scientists and science and technology specialists, the author presents this model of evolution drawing on a number of sophisticated aspects of biological evolutionary theory. The approach brings together a broad and inclusive theoretical framework for understanding the social sciences which addresses many of the dilemmas at their forefront - the relationship between history and necessity, conflict and cooperation, the ideal and the material and the problems of agency, subjectivity and the nature of social structure.

Subject: Biological Sciences & Nutrition -> Environmental Science & Ecology -> Evolution

Darwinian Sociocultural Evolution
Solutions to Dilemmas in Cultural and Social Theory
1st edition
Publisher: Cambridge University Press 1/14/10
Imprint: Cambridge University Press
Language: English

ISBN 10: 113903572X
ISBN 13: 9781139035729
Print ISBN: 9780521768931

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