COMPETITION: GROUP EVOLUTIONARY STRATEGY
CULTURAL DIFFERENCES IN TRUTH, ARGUMENT, AND NARRATIVE METHOD – (each uses its own)
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CIRCUMPOLAR CIVILIZATION (division of trust / truth)
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Race and Group differences are attributable almost entirely to the local ability to engage in Neotonic reproduction thereby reducing the depth of physical maturity and effectively preserving youthfulness – and therefore aggression and impulsivity PLUS the ability to cull the lower classes. Europeans aggressively culled the lower classes for almost 1000 years, as did the Chinese and Japanese, both through manorialism and aggressive hanging. Between Neotonic reproduction and culling of the underclasses some groups are ‘more evolved’ than others. However, this means that almost all groups can ‘domesticate their populations and develop advanced societies if they are able to use policy to reduce underclass rates of reproduction below the replacement level.
Genetic Reservoir: because we can adapt very rapidly by reproductive selection for different environments, different political hierarchies, and different gender traits, humans can adapt to nearly any circumstance within a few generations by modifying little more than status associated with particular traits. So our current gene pools provide a deep reservoir of reproductive adaptability.
THE EXCEPTIONAL RETURNS ON ETHNOCENTRIC COOPERATION
Ethnocentricity and homogenous polities under rule of law by natural law and market government will provide the optimum returns for any and every people. There is no comparison whatsoever. The only problem is reversing asymmetric reproduction between the classes which forces us into continuous devolution by regression to the mean.
TRANSCENDENCE (EVOLUTION) REQUIRES COMPETITION (CALCULATIONS)
A Short Course in The Western (aristocratic) Group Evolutionary Strategy
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A Short Course in Group Evolutionary Strategy (cooperation/competition/war)
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Transcendence: Masculine Stoicism, Feminine Epicureanism, Ritual Familialism, Feast