The Evolved Apprentice Model: Scope and Limits
Downes, Gerrans, and Sutton all raise important issues for the account of human social learning and cooperation developed in�The Evolved Apprentice. Downes suggests that I have bought too uncritically into the view that hunting was economically critical to forager life; I remain unpersuaded, while conceding something to the alternative view that hunting was signaling. Downes also suggests that I consider extending the evolved apprentice model to contemporary issues in social epistemology; I...[Show more]
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