By Loyal D. Rue
In a compelling learn for somebody attracted to the place we got here from and the place we are going, Everybody's tale bargains a thrilling travel of average background that illuminates the evolution of subject, lifestyles, and realization. As outdated myths, spiritual tales, and different shared narratives of humankind are more and more seen as intellectually unbelievable and morally beside the point, they turn into much less more likely to satisfy their unique purpose-to provide humans solutions and supply a feeling of balance and peace in way of life. unswerving Rue restores that imbalance with a brand new tale according to truth. Rue, writer of a brand new York occasions amazing publication of 1994, through the Grace of Guile: The position of Deception in usual heritage in Human Affairs, now presents an evolutionary journey recounting our shared "epic of evolution"
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Extra resources for Everybody's story: wising up to the epic of evolution
Wisdom traditions, however, are not eternalthey emerge out of crisis, they flourish for an age, and they begin to falter under challenges to their intellectual and moral authority. As they decline, so does the solidarity and cooperation they once fostered. If circumstances reach a point of crisis, a new story will arise. Then comes the story itself, the epic of evolution. " Chapter 1 gives an account of the evolution of matter, chapter 2 traces the evolution of life, and chapter 3 considers the evolution of consciousness.
The political chaos of a failed chiefdom might finally be resolved by wising up to a new form of social organization, the Page 17 state system. States arise as the various functions of the chief are taken over by bureaucratic institutions, thus transforming the social order from a centralized system dominated by personal whim to a hierarchical system regulated by formal policy. Above all other considerations the state system must be seen for what it does to transform the means of solidarity and cooperation.
In various measures and combinations all five of the above options have been taken by human beings during critical periods of stress in the past. Of these strategies the wise-up option has been the least common, perhaps because it is the least obvious and the most radical. Yet it is the one option that is exclusive to our species. Other species can sit back, spread out, kill off, and hunker down. But humans alone have the ability to wise up. To see more clearly what is meant by wising up it will be useful to focus briefly on the foundations and development of human social existence.
Everybody's story: wising up to the epic of evolution by Loyal D. Rue