Articulating Babel: A Conceptual Geography for Cultural Evolution
The study of cultural evolution requires approaches from biological and human sciences because the relevant causes act at different levels and time scales, and any adequate account must recognize a central role for cognitive and social development, and the organizations, institutions, material artifacts, and infrastructure that support and coordinate these processes.
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