Cooperation and emergence: The missing elements of the Darwin machine
The authors present a compelling argument for a science of intentional change by unifying evolutionary psychology (EP) with the standard social science model; however, since its inception, traditional EP models have not held up well to empirical scrutiny. The authors address the importance of cooperation in individuals and social systems, but the Darwin machine they propose does not adequately stress fundamental aspects of evolutionary processes. © 2014 Cambridge University Press.
Behavioral and Brain Sciences
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Grotuss. (2014). Cooperation and emergence: The missing elements of the Darwin machine. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 37(4), 426–426. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0140525X1300318X