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Wired for culture : origins of the human social mind

Author: Mark Pagel
Publisher: New York : W.W. Norton, cop. 2012.
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A fascinating, far-reaching study of how our species' innate capacity for culture altered the course of our social and evolutionary history.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mark Pagel
ISBN: 9780393065879 0393065871
OCLC Number: 812536113
Description: xi, 416 p. ; 25 cm
Contents: Introduction : the gamble --
pt. 1. Mind control, protection, and prosperity. The occupation of the world ; Ultra-sociality and the cultural survival vehicle ; The domestication of our talents ; Religion and other cultural "enhancers" --
pt. 2. Cooperation and our cultural nature. Reciprocity and the shadow of the future ; Green beards and the reputation marketplace ; Hostile forces --
pt. 3. The theatre of the mind. Human language --
the voice of our genes ; Deception, consciousness, and truth --
pt. 4. The many and the few. Termite mounds and the exploitation of our social instincts. --
SUMMARY: A fascinating, far-reaching study of how our species' innate capacity for culture altered the course of our social and evolutionary history.
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A fascinating, far-reaching study of how our species' innate capacity for culture altered the course of our social and evolutionary history.

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