The Eighth Day: Social Evolution as the Self-Organization of Energy
Can human social evolution be described in terms common to other sciences, most specifically, as an energy process? The Eighth Day reflects a conviction that the human trajectory, for all its uniqueness and indeterminism, will never be satisfactorily understood until it is framed in dynamics that are common to all of nature. The problem in doing this, however, lies in ourselves. The major social theories have failed to treat human social evolution as a component of broader natural processes.
Specifications of The Eighth Day: Social Evolution as the Self-Organization of Energy
|Author||Richard Newbold Adams|
|Publisher||University of Texas Press|
|Number Of Pages||312|
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