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The Stuff of Thought: El declive de la violencia y sus implicaciones Contextos.
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Vuelva a intentarlo en otro momento. Tapa blanda Compra verificada. Recomiendo no perder el tiempo con este libro. A wonderful exploration of the history of violence from the ancestors of the human species to the 21st century, without concessions to the nostalgia and glamorization of the past that clouds the perception of many people.
Another section steveen the book has a very interesting look at the brain structures and evolutionary pathways that underline our capacity for aggression but also for collaboration, and yet another section explores how the evolution of the society through the centuries has helped to subdue the former and boost the later, and make our empathy circle expand from our immediate relatives to the whole of humanity and even non human animals.
Despite being a big book at almost pages, it lets you wanting more. Surprising as it defies some common thoughts about.
La Tabla Rasa by Pinker, Steven
All people interested in agressivity and violence should read it. This is not a perfect book, but it is unique, and if you skim the first or so pages, the last of some are a pretty good attempt to apply what’s known about behavior to social changes in violence and manners over time.
The basic topic is: Surprisingly he fails to describe the nature of kin selection inclusive fitness which explains much of animal and human social life. Mostly the criticisms given by others are nit-picking and irrelevant and, as Pinker has said, he could not write a coherent book about “bad things”, nor could he give every possible reference and point of view, but he should have said at least something about the many other ways of abusing and exploiting people and the planet, since these are now so much more severe as to render other forms of violence irrelevant.
One might start by noting that the decrease in physical violence over history has been matched and made possible by the constantly increasing merciless rape of the planet i.
What really matters is the violence done to the earth by the relentless increase in population and resource destruction due to medicine and technology and conflict suppression by police and military.
People’s manners, opinions and tendencies to commit violent acts are of no relevance unless they can do something to avoid this catastrophe, and I don’t see how that is going to happen. There is no space for arguments, and no point either yes I’m a libeoso I’ll just make a few comments as though they were facts. Don’t imagine I have a personal stake in promoting one group at the expense of others. I am 73, have no descendants and no close relatives and do not identify with any political, national or religious group and regard the ones I belong to by default as just as repulsive as all the rest.
Parents are the worst Enemies of Life on Earth and, taking the broad view of things, women are as violent as men when one considers the fact that women’s violence like most of that done by men is tsbla done in slow motion, at a distance in time and space and mostly carried out by proxy -by their descendants and by men.
Increasingly, women bear children regardless of whether they have a mate and the effect librro stopping one woman from breeding is on average much greater than stopping one man, since they are the reproductive bottleneck.
One can take the view that people and their offspring richly deserve whatever misery comes their way and with rare exceptions the rich and twbla are the worst offenders. Meryl Streep or Bill Gates and each of their kids may destroy 50 tons of topsoil each per year for generations into the future, while an Indian farmer and his may destroy 1 ton. The emphasis nowadays is always on Human Rights, but it is clear that if civilization is to stand a chance, Human Responsibilities must pinkre Human Rights.
Nobody gets rights without being a responsible citizen and the first thing this means is minimal environmental destruction. The most basic responsibility is no children unless your society asks you to produce them. A society or a world that lets people breed at random will always be exploited by selfish genes until it collapses or libroo a point where life is so horrific it’s not worth living. Almost all “help” that’s given by individuals, organizations or countries harms arsa and the world in the long run and must only be given after very careful consideration.
If you want to hand out money, food, medicine, etc. We all have “bad genes” but some are worse than others. This problem is currently rasaa compared to overpopulation but getting worse by the day. Medicine, welfare, democracy, equality, justice, human rights and “helping” of all kinds have global librl term dysgenic consequences which will collapse society even if population growth stops. Beware the utopian scenarios that suggest doomsday can be avoided by judicious application of technologies.
As they say you can fool some of the people all of the time and all of the people some of the time but you can’t fool mother nature any of the time. I leave you with just one example. Famous scientist Raymond Kurzweil proposed nanobots as the saviors of humankind.
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They would make anything we needed and clean every mess. They would even make ever better versions of themselves. They would keep us as pets. But think of how many people treat their pets, and pets are overpopulating and destroying and becoming dysgenic almost as fast as humans e. Pets only exist because we destroy the earth to feed them and we have spay and neuter clinics and euthanize the sick and unwanted ones.
And what’s to stop nanobots from evolving? Any change that facilitated reproduction would automatically be selected for and any behavior that wasted time or energy i.
What would stop the bots program from mutating into a homicidal form and exploiting all earth’s resources causing global collapse? This is where any thoughts about the world and human behavior must lead an educated person but Pinker says nothing about it. So the first pages of this book can be skipped and the last read as a nice summary of EP evolutionary psychology as of However, as in his other books and nearly universally in the behavioral sciences, there is no clear broad framework for intentionality as pioneered by Wittgenstein, Searle and many others.
I have presented such a framework in my many reviews of works by and about these two natural psychological geniuses and will not repeat it here. Ver las 5 opiniones. Gana dinero con nosotros.
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