Human Cooperation is a Complex Problem with Many Possible Solutions: Perhaps All of Them Are True!
- Author(s): Richerson, Peter J
- et al.
Published Web Locationhttps://doi.org/10.21237/C7clio4119067
Recent debates on the SEF and in Steven Pinker’s Edge essay The false allure of group selection, and commentaries thereupon, seem to underplay one of the most important points about human societies, the interaction of, and often synergy between two major structural principles for organizing cooperation in human societies.