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Wired for culture : origins of the human social mind

Explores the concept of culture and how it influenced collective human behaviors from the beginning of evolution through modern times and offers new insights on how art, morality, and self-interest define being human.

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  • "Explores the concept of culture and how it influenced collective human behaviors from the beginning of evolution through modern times and offers new insights on how art, morality, and self-interest define being human."@en
  • "Since humans left Africa less than 100,000 years ago there has been a staggering explosion of cultures. What caused this blooming of diversity? Mark Pagel uses the latest research in evolutionary biology to tell the story of how our success as a species has in fact depended on our facility for culture."@en
  • "A fascinating, far-reaching study of how our species' innate capacity for culture altered the course of our social and evolutionary history."@en
  • "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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  • "Wired for Culture : Origins of the Human Social Mind"
  • "Wired for culture : the natural history of human cooperation ; origins of the human social mind"
  • "Wired for culture : origins of the human social mind"@en
  • "Wired for culture : origins of the human social mind"
  • "Wired for culture : origins of the human social mind ; the natural history of human cooperation"
  • "Wired for culture origins of the human social mind"
  • "Wired for culture : the natural history of human cooperation"@en
  • "Wired for culture : the natural history of human cooperation"
  • "Wired for Culture : The Natural History of Human Cooperation"