Introduction To Libertarianism, and half Libertarianism One of my takeaways was how new libertarianism was in These peculiar views of mine are not peculiar to me. If they were, I would be paying Harper and Row to publish this book instead of Harper and Row paying me.
The alpha-male narrative myth? The hackneyed use of evolutionary psychology and pop-paleoanthropology to craft narratives of our evolutionary past, then use them to justify behaviors or strategies. Among PUAs, this is commonly manifested in a narrative that goes something like: During this period of human evolution, we lived in tribes.
Because of the protective advantages, resource advantages, and social advantages of tribal leaders, women evolved an attraction to tribal leaders, a.
Therefore, men should act like alpha males to attract women. Lately, John Durant of huntergatherer. Andrew then points out that hunter-gatherer tribes tend not to be hierarchical his emphasis: There is no good reason to believe that humans evolved in hierarchical tribes between tens of thousands to two million years ago.
To the contrary, there is a mountain of evidence showing that humans evolved in largely egalitarian bands that punished attempts of dominance with social sanctioning, banishment, and death Boehm And then he points to intelligence and humor being traits that may have been better strategies.
Our hunter-gatherer ancestors may have been egalitarian in many respects, but when it came to reproductive success, they were anything but egalitarian. It is a fact that a wider group of women and a much smaller group of men dominated the human gene pool.
The men at the top of that sexual hierarchy are, by definition, alpha males. Second, whatever strategies those alpha males did to successfully reproduce, are, by definition, dominance strategies. The following are all dominance strategies: It is a way to dominate people.
Intelligent people find ways to get other people to do what they want. Hunter-gatherer tribes tended to be quite violent.
Regardless of whether there was an explicit dominance hierarchy within the tribe, there sure as hell was a lot of violence, particularly inter-tribal violence. So even if there was no Big Man in an internally-egalitarian tribe, being violent could have been selected for as a sexually desirable trait due to warring with other tribes.
Additionally, hunter-gatherer men are quite violent towards animals. Needless to say, inter-personal violence will get you thrown in jail today.
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Fourth, sexual selection can happen very quickly, and the hierarchical agricultural era may have left its mark on us. When behaviors are closely related to sexual reproduction, evolution happens fast.
However, dominance and inequality are deeply-rooted parts of human nature, particularly male human nature, even if hunter-gatherer tribes appeared egalitarian. And in fact, we are disproportionately descended from them — and the women who had sex with them.
Here is the highly-technical original paper: Not that I think that invalidates your argument, females of any species being non-hypergamous seems like a nigh mathematical impossibility.Thanks Mark for explaining each of these difficult high-fat low-carb diet arguments.
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Man as the Hunter; Woman as the Gatherer Uploaded by Emily Gatlin This paper focuses on the bias within archaeological perspectives in regards to the sexual division of labor. The Energy Return on Energy Invested (ERoEI or EROI) of any energy gathering system is a measure of that system’s efficiency.
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Of course. But to be fair, the clear superiority of living in states is a fairly recent phenomenon. Unless you happened to be one of the elite of a state-having society, the living standard gap between yourself and a hill tribe member was not that big and in many cases was better for the average anarchist.