the gradual development of society and social forms, institutions, etc., usually through a series of peaceful stages.: Compare revolution (def. 2).
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How to use social evolution in a sentence
Using examples from past societies, the pair also rejects the popular idea that social evolution occurred in stages.‘The Dawn of Everything’ rewrites 40,000 years of human history | Bruce Bower | November 9, 2021 | Science News
Part of my work as the fool rushing in was to establish that all theories of social evolution must reflect the logic of multilevel selection.
Still, “I think it’s a great building block for future studies to learn more broadly about mammalian social evolution,” she says.
Our animal origins are constantly lurking behind, even if they are filtered through complicated social evolution.
The displacement of one system by another reflects the historical sequence of the various stages of social evolution.The life and teaching of Karl Marx | M. Beer
This work is a companion volume to “Evolution,” and presents the best thought of representative thinkers on social evolution.Unveiling a Parallel | Alice Ilgenfritz Jones and Ella Marchant
Nothing has ever been strong enough to restrain the economic forces in social evolution.
Now, Jonathan, I have explained to you pretty fully what Socialism is when considered as a philosophy of social evolution.
He had no idea of the philosophy of social evolution upon which modern Socialism rests; no idea of its system of economics.
British Dictionary definitions for social evolution
sociol the process of social development from an early simple type of social organization to one that is complex and highly specialized
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