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Eric Jones, Vernon Reynolds. This book chooses religion, mainly organised religion, as the aspect of culture for a very broad investigation. John Wiley & Sons, 1995 - 318 sayfa. A fresh revolutionary model which incorporates cultural and religious values is presented, together with a complementary economic interpretation of religion. It examines the types of effect religion has on human society and biology, particularly Christianity, Islam & Buddhism. Special concern on demography where different religions have different impacts.
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Both arrived with deeply entrenched pronatalist views. Rather, it is the socio-cultural setting enforcing religious injunctions that produces the effect.
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Biological and Cultural Evolution. His books include Disturbing the Universe, Weapons and Hope, Infinite in All Directions, Maker of Patterns, and Origins of Life. An EDGE Original Essay By Freeman Dyson The cultural evolution that damages and endangers natural diversity is the same force that drives human brotherhood through the mutual understanding of diverse societies. Freeman Dyson's Edge Bio Page.
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Reynolds was educated at Collyer's School, Horsham and University College, London.
This book examines the types of effect religion has on human society and biology, particularly Christianity, Islam and Buddhism. The relationship of culture to biology and society if one of the current frontier of thought. This book chooses religion as the aspect of culture for a very broad investigation.