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Generalized Darwinism: An Auxiliary Hypothesis

Spagano, Salvatore (2021): Generalized Darwinism: An Auxiliary Hypothesis.

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Human teleological intentionality represents the biggest challenge to a Darwinian metatheoretical framework including socio-economic domain. In order to face the problem, this paper introduces an auxiliary hypothesis: the human will has to be considered as a constitutive component of the socio-economic environment. This means that the human will is the place where evolutionary socio-economic events occur. This perspective absorbs the objection that Continuity Hypothesis theory addresses to Generalized Darwinism.

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