Evolutionary Social Constructivism
Narrowing (but Not Yet Bridging) the Gap
This chapter examines how far the gap between evolution (adaptation of behaviours) and social constructivism (culture, unlimited capacity to define one’s future) narrows, by establishing a new discipline, called Evolutionary Social Constructivism. This discipline recognizes that people live in a world largely of their own making but regards evolution as an essential subject for understanding how people became so different from other animals and how the process of social construction operates in the present day.
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