Evolutionary Systems and Society: A General Theory of Life, Mind, and Culture
This work is a bold new effort to embrace all aspects of life—molecular, cellular, behavioral, and cultural—within the formulation of a general theory of evolution that extends classical Darwinian theory to include human society.
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The Evolution of Multicellular Organisms
The Evolution of Ecosystems
Some Unsolved Problems of the Evolutionary Theory and
Adaptation fitness and selection
Creative and negative selection at various organizational
activity adaptive amino acids animal appearance artifacts autocatalytic autogenesis autogenetic model behavior biological biosocial system biosphere brain building blocks changes characterized cognitive space compartments competitive selection complex components compounds concept connected considered constraints convergence created Csanyi cultural evolution cultural machines definition ecosystems effects emergence energy flow entropy environment enzymes equilibrium eukaryotes evolved example existence factors fidelity formation formed functional information gene duplication genes genetic genome global higher level human ideas identical replication important increase individual influence information content interactions Kampis level of organization macroevolution mechanisms mental molecular molecules multicellular organisms mutations nervous system neural neurons niche nucleotides ontogenesis organizational levels origin parameters parametric information phase phenomena photosynthesis physical population possible probability of genesis produced prokaryotes proteins protocultural reactions replicative information replicative selection reproduction role sequences social societies species stabilizing selection stable stimuli structures supercycles system precursor theory thermodynamic tion traits various zero-system