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A change in human culture occurred across Eurasia in the 6th century BCE.  A new form of non-sensory cognition is evident in laws, governmental institutions, moral philosophy, and art.  That change was due to an epigenetic modification in response to human-made environmental pressures.  Assortative mating assured the change was unequally distributed.  Human history records the consequences of that unequal distribution.  One strain of H. sapiens has fostered forms of thought and institutions that contribute to greater civility, while another, which has not benefitted from the adaption to non-sensory cognition, has favored more ancestral thinking modes and forms 

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Are Liberals Mutants? Human History As Evolutionary History

Published: APRIL 29, 2010

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A change in human culture occurred across Eurasia in the 6th century BCE.  A new form of non-sensory cognition is evident in laws, governmental institutions, moral philosophy, and art.  That change was due to an epigenetic modification in response to human-made environmental pressures.  Assortative mating assured the change was unequally distributed.  Human history records the consequences of that unequal distribution.  One strain of H. sapiens has fostered forms of thought and institutions that contribute to greater civility, while another, which has not benefitted from the adaption to non-sensory cognition, has favored more ancestral thinking modes and forms of life.

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