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Cts When anatomically modern humans evolved a parallel capacity to externalize thoughts as symbolic language individual brains within social groups Of The Mind ePUB became integrated into a neocortical Internet or super brain giving birth to the mindNoting that archaeological traces of symbolism coincide with evidence of the ability to generate novel technology Hoffecker contends that human creativity as well as higher orderconsciousness is a product of the superbrain He euates the subseuent growth of the mind with human history which began in Africa than years ago As anatomicallymodern humans spread across the globe adapting to a variety of climates and habitats they redesigned themselves technological

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Landscape Of The Mind Ly and created alternative realities through tools language and art Hoffecker connects the rise of civilization to a hierarchical reorganization of the super brain triggered by explosive population growth Subseuent human history reflects to varying degrees the suppression of the mind's creative powers by the rigid hierarchies of nationstates and empires constraining the further accumulation of knowledge The modern world emerged after from the fragments of the Roman Empire whose collapse had eliminated a central authority that could thwart innovation Hoffecker concludes with speculation about the possibility of artificial intelligence and the conseuences of a mindliberated from its organic antecedents to exist in an independent nonbiological form