Darwinism and Economics
This volume offers outstanding works of recent scholarship on Darwinism covering three major fields of enquiry: Â â€¢ How Darwinism affects our conception of human nature and challenges long-standing assumptions such as self-interested behaviour. â€¢ Analysis of the nature of socio-cultural evolution, its differences from biological evolution and whether it is Lamarckian. â€¢ The possibility of generalizing core Darwinian principles to cover evolving entities in the economic and social world, as well as in biology.
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