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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 4 Apr 23

Muy interestante para los investagores en español… Quoted feed from @Mcotsar Officially submitted 🙂 Huge thanks to my amazing supervisors @xrubiocampillo and my colleagues @SimonCarrignon and @maria_yubero for their support! Thesis cover by @hippiefer (many thanks Diana)

Muy interestante para los investagores en español… Quoted feed from @Mcotsar Officially submitted 🙂 Huge thanks to my amazing supervisors @xrubiocampillo and my colleagues @SimonCarrignon and @maria_yubero for their support! Thesis cover by @hippiefer (many thanks Diana)


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 4 Apr 23

How do we direct the applications of cultural evolution research to support ecosystem restoration with these kinds of insights? Quoted feed from @CrowtherLab BREAKING: The world’s largest animal populations are found in sub-arctic soils rather than tropical 🐛❄️ @CrowtherLab’s new study has found that 57 BILLION #soil worms – or #nematodes exist for every person on earth 🌏 Learn more >> bit.ly/30WMr8C #LifeBelowGround

How do we direct the applications of cultural evolution research to support ecosystem restoration with these kinds of insights? Quoted feed from @CrowtherLab BREAKING: The world’s largest animal populations are found in sub-arctic soils rather than tropical 🐛❄️ @CrowtherLab’s new study has found that 57 BILLION #soil worms – or #nematodes exist for every person on earth 🌏 Learn more


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 4 Apr 23

A key aspect of understanding how cultural systems evolved in the past is to accurately characterize their developmental history… Quoted feed from @jasonhickel Economists call them “underdeveloped countries”, but this is a misnomer that obscures the power relations that have produced this condition. A more accurate term would be “historically plundered countries”.

A key aspect of understanding how cultural systems evolved in the past is to accurately characterize their developmental history… Quoted feed from @jasonhickel Economists call them “underdeveloped countries”, but this is a misnomer that obscures the power relations that have produced this condition. A more accurate term would be “historically plundered countries”.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 4 Apr 23

Cultural group selection leads to bias in efficacy of the field? 😉 (This could be a broad commentary on academic silos in universities, by the way!) Quoted feed from @yaneerbaryam What happens in a world where a profession seeks to expand the amount of work it has. Consider lawyers, doctors, …

Cultural group selection leads to bias in efficacy of the field? 😉 (This could be a broad commentary on academic silos in universities, by the way!) Quoted feed from @yaneerbaryam What happens in a world where a profession seeks to expand the amount of work it has. Consider lawyers, doctors, …


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 4 Apr 23

Note how it is the cultural evolution of destructive land practices that are causing the Amazon rainforest to burn to the ground. Only the cultural evolution of regenerative practices can address this. theconversation.com/amp/amaz…

Note how it is the cultural evolution of destructive land practices that are causing the Amazon rainforest to burn to the ground. Only the cultural evolution of regenerative practices can address this. theconversation.com/amp/amaz…


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 4 Apr 23

This article helps explain in evolutionary terms how much will be involved in the transformation of globalized economic systems in order to make sustainability possible. We have a lot of work to do! @David_S_Wilson @tvolmag @tmwaring @erleellis medium.com/@joe_brewer/the-n…

This article helps explain in evolutionary terms how much will be involved in the transformation of globalized economic systems in order to make sustainability possible. We have a lot of work to do! @David_S_Wilson @tvolmag @tmwaring @erleellis medium.com/@joe_brewer/the-n…


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 4 Apr 23

Check out our latest newsletter exploring the evolution of empires and their historical patterns — with implications for planetary sustainability in the 21 Century. mailchi.mp/7fb717601c65/what…

Check out our latest newsletter exploring the evolution of empires and their historical patterns — with implications for planetary sustainability in the 21 Century. mailchi.mp/7fb717601c65/what…


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 4 Apr 23

How do we manage the complexities of real-world cultural evolution? This interview explores what the cognitive and social sciences have to say about this… youtu.be/vGQcuUkHzCw

How do we manage the complexities of real-world cultural evolution? This interview explores what the cognitive and social sciences have to say about this… youtu.be/vGQcuUkHzCw


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 4 Apr 23

On the importance of synthesizing knowledge about cultural evolution using complex systems approaches… Quoted feed from @acerbialberto Important paper from @AndrewBuskell et al. on cultural evolution. I had myself started to work about similar things in Stockholm, and it is great to see the developments! nature.com/articles/s41599-0…

On the importance of synthesizing knowledge about cultural evolution using complex systems approaches… Quoted feed from @acerbialberto Important paper from @AndrewBuskell et al. on cultural evolution. I had myself started to work about similar things in Stockholm, and it is great to see the developments! nature.com/articles/s41599-0…


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 4 Apr 23

Thank you for this summary of what cooperation means… and why it is so fundamental to understanding cultural evolution. Quoted feed from @AthenaAktipis You are literally made of cooperation. Want to learn more? I sum it up in one minute: vimeo.com/368847221

Thank you for this summary of what cooperation means… and why it is so fundamental to understanding cultural evolution. Quoted feed from @AthenaAktipis You are literally made of cooperation. Want to learn more? I sum it up in one minute: vimeo.com/368847221


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