Evolved Apprentice : How Evolution Made Humans Unique (Jean Nicod Lectures) - Sterelny, Kim

Evolved Apprentice : How Evolution Made Humans Unique (Jean Nicod Lectures)

Kim Sterelny

Yayınevi: MIT Press

Yayın tarihi: 10/2014

ISBN: 9780262526661

İngilizce | 264 Sayfa | 15,24 x 22,86 cm

Tür: Genel Felsefe  |  Psikoloji

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Over the last three million years or so, our lineage has diverged sharply from those of our great ape relatives. Change has been rapid (in evolutionary terms) and pervasive. Morphology, life history, social life, sexual behavior, and foraging patterns have 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 humans gradually 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 apes.

Sterelny develops a new theory of the evolution of human cognition and human social life that emphasizes the gradual evolution of information-sharing practices across generations and how these practices transformed human minds and social lives. Sterelny proposes that humans developed a new form of ecological interaction with their environment, cooperative foraging. The ability to cope with the immense variety of human ancestral environments and social forms, he argues, depended not just on adapted minds but also on adapted developmental environments.

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