Critical Points for Civilization, Intelligence, and Value

Magnell, Thomas
March 2012
Journal of Value Inquiry;Mar2012, Vol. 46 Issue 1, p1
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the human civilization, the development of their intelligence and values. It explores the natural factors of human civilization, how human respond to the said natural factors that eventually develop their civilization. It also explores how human intelligence is developed and expanded through the experiences they encounter, such as the language which is one of the elements responsible to expand intelligence.


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