Beyond biology and culture.
The meaning of evolution
in a relational world
It has become part of the accepted wisdom of our age that the modern scientific
understanding of human beings, and of their evolution, was inaugurated by Charles
Darwin in two epoch-making works, The Origin of Species (1859) and The Descent
of Man (1871). What is less often realised, however, is that these were works of very
different kinds. In The Origin of Species Darwin had little to say about human beings,
and nothing at all about evolution….
Expositora: Marina Arce
El artículo lo pueden bajár de aquí: Ingold2004