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Literary Darwinism, the verdict, ‘crap’

July 30th, 2008 · No Comments

UD’s O’Leary takes on Literary Darwinism: crap

The question of evolution and literature from a sociobiological angle is a useless fad, and bad science. But I recommend the study of the eonic effect, which brings together the idea of ‘evolution’, specially defined, and the emergence of art in world history, and there we can see that the correlation of art and evolutionary emergentism is actually quite exact, and something totally unexpected.
Since the article makes a point about the Iliad, consider the place and timing of Greek poetic phases in terms, first, of the Axial Age, then of the eonic effect.
Get the book! And get started.

Darwinists are pretty far off here. Not pretty! VERY far off.

Tags: Evolution · The Eonic Effect

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