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Religion and Spirituality in the Context of Everyday Life
David Sloan Wilson gives a talk at the University of British Columbia.
Topics covered: evolutionary biology, cultural evolution and ecosystems, the Binghamton Religion and Spirituality Project, sacred text as cultural genotype, and group selection versus kin selection.
Tinbergen's 4 Questions: A Lecture by Dr. David Sloan Wilson
Topics covered: “The Methods and Aims of Ethology” by Niko Tinbergen, behavioral traits, multilevel selection, cultural evolution, and extended evolutionary synthesis.
Completing the Darwinian Revolution - Robert Wright & David Sloan Wilson
Journalist Robert Wright (The New Republic, The New Yorker, Slate, Time Magazine) and David Sloan Wilson in conversation.
Topics covered: cultural evolution, evolutionary psychology, global cooperation, and blank slatism.
Extending Darwin's Revolution – David Sloan Wilson & Robert Sapolsky
Robert Sapolsky (Professor of Biology, Neurology, and Neurosurgery at Stanford University) and David Sloan Wilson in conversation.
Topics covered: individualism, multilevel selection, team dynamics, cooperation, and David’s history with E.O. Wilson.
David Sloan Wilson with Jonathan Haidt discuss This View of Life
Writer and social psychologist Jonathan Haidt (NYU Stern, Psychological Review, Science) and David Sloan Wilson in conversation:
Topics covered: cultural multi level selection, group on group competition, sacred ideologies, attractiveness, fitness value, and cultural polarization.