Evolutionism and Its Critics: Deconstructing and Reconstructing an Evolutionary Interpretation of Human Society

1st Edition

Stephen K. Sanderson

Routledge
Published April 15, 2007
Textbook - 384 Pages
ISBN 9781594513022 - CAT# Y222876

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Summary

Evolutionism and Its Critics is a critical history of evolutionary theories in the social sciences and a defense of them against their many critics. Sanderson deconstructs not only the wide array of social evolutionary theories, but the criticisms of the antievolutionists. Deconstructing evolutionary theories means laying bare their fundamental epistemological, methodological, conceptual, and theoretical assumptions and principles. Deconstructing antievolutionism means showing just where and how the critics have, for the most part, gone wrong. But Evolutionism and Its Critics aims to reconstruct as well as deconstruct and does this by building on the shoulders of past giants of evolutionary theorizing a comprehensive evolutionary interpretation of human society based on abundant scientific and historical evidence.

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