Survival and religion biological evolution and cultural change e l jones vernon reynolds home worldcat home about worldcat help search search for library items search for lists search for contacts search for a library create lists bibliographies and reviews or search worldcat find items in libraries near you advanced search find a library covid 19 resources reliable . Comparison of biological and cultural evolution culture can be defined as the wholeness of the mental and material achievements of a society or mankind as a whole the theory of cultural evolution provides an explanation for how cultures and societies change over time. Considers religions psychological and social functions as well as how flexible or rigid religious institutions are in fluctuating biological and social environments a fresh evolutionary model incorporating cultural and religious values is presented together with a complementary economic interpretation of religion. Genius erupted in groups as well as in individuals it seems likely that these bursts of creative change were driven by a combination of cultural with biological evolution cultural evolution was constantly spreading ideas and skills from one community to another stirring up conservative societies with imported novelties at the same time . Evolution of culture discussion on the importance of truth true knowledge of reality for human cultural evolution utopia quotes quotations from famous philosophers and scientists on evolution of culture
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