Imágenes en la explicación del comportamiento prosocial humano y su evolución
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comportamiento prosocial
imágenes de la ciencia
imágenes de la naturaleza
selección de grupo

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Bernal Castro, I., & Abrantes, P. (2018). Imágenes en la explicación del comportamiento prosocial humano y su evolución. Revista Colombiana De Filosofía De La Ciencia, 18(37), 239-271. https://doi.org/10.18270/rcfc.v18i37.2576

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En este texto rastreamos las imágenes implícitas en la explicación del comportamiento prosocial humano y su evolución, que han direccionado por más de un siglo y medio el pensamiento evolutivo y han generado una influencia dramática en la manera en que se estudia y evalúa el conocimiento de organismos unicelulares, multicelulares, colonias y sociedades. Con el trabajo historiográfico de identificar las imágenes de la naturaleza y las imágenes de la ciencia en las explicaciones sobre la evolución de la cooperación y el altruismo se logra, en parte, reconstruir la actividad científica y entender la dinámica de las teorías imperantes, y su incidencia en el surgimiento y desarrollo de explicaciones alternas a la ortodoxia como la selección de grupo.

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