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Students explore the concept of cultural evolution by comparing it to genetic evolution based on a number of concepts, and explore why cultural evolution
The human brain is the seat of human agency, and yet this agency is caused by cellular agents unaware of our larger human goals.
Learning and Evolution are processes that are both similar and different, in important respects. What can humans learn by comparing these processes?
This model simulates the evolution of populations in an environment that is spatially structured. In such a situation, several evolutionary mechanisms operate, including migration,
Analogy mapping is a tool for thinking about similarities and differences between different concepts or phenomena.