Developmental Levels as Evolving Social Structures

10 Jan 2016 · 6 min read

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Wooden blocks depicting people, connected by dotted lines


As human society has evolved over the centuries, we have developed different types of social structures. None of the later structures replace earlier ones, yet each new structure has been devised in order to confer some new sort of evolutionary advantage to our species – in other words, to help us survive and thrive more effectively.

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