The essay explores lessons from Darwinian natural history for a theory of human history and human society, of a non-biologistic and non-Social-Darwinist kind. It looks in particular at the differences and communalities between speciation in nature and specialization in society, drawing on the traditions of Smith, Durkheim, and Marx in particular. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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