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Cathedrals, symphony orchestras, and iPhones: The cultural basis of modern technology

  • Daniel E. Moerman (a1)

The distinctions drawn by Vaesen are plausible when we are comparing chimpanzees and human beings somewhere between the middle Paleolithic and the Neolithic. But since then new kinds of organization have vastly outstripped these neurological differences to account for the enormous advancement of human technology – from cuneiform to the iPhone – leaving our remarkable evolutionary cousins far behind.

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W. C. McGrew & C. E. G. Tutin (1972) Chimpanzee dentistry. Journal of the American Dental Association 85:1198–204.

D. D. Reiff (1971) Viollet le Duc and historic restoration: The west portals of Notre-Dame. Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians 30(1):1730.

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Behavioral and Brain Sciences
  • ISSN: 0140-525X
  • EISSN: 1469-1825
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