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Moreover, a revolutionary understanding of genetics, new insights into the body/mind continuum, together with speculations about ways in which our psychology has evolved, is stimulating fervent discussion about the very essence of what ‘human nature’ means. Self-consciously in touch with it through engagements with art, we believe we have ﬁrst-hand understanding. But do we? This chapter will go back in time and examine some current scientiﬁc presumptions about the possible origins of human nature and the next two will look at contemporary scientiﬁc views on theories concerning the evolution and function of art.
The use of tools for hunting reﬂects a combined technical and natural intelligence; the getting and preparing of food added to this reﬂects a social intelligence. Until around 60–70,000 years ago, there seems to have been incomplete cognitive ﬂuidity. Why, when and how the mind altered so signiﬁcantly seems difﬁcult to attribute to any one source, though it may simply have been an inevitable accumulation of internal intelligences reaching a critical mass over a continuum of time, leading to an escalating surge towards the emergence of a modern consciousness.
Most neuroscientists subscribe to Chomsky’s hypothesis that the ability to use language is innate in us all, with local variations acquired according to up-bringing. The Cognitive Explosion Up until a critical time in our prehistory, Mithen explains, the four specialised cognitive domains were self-contained and there was very little interaction between them. The mind possessed a central general intelligence within which had evolved a suite of general-purpose learning and decision-making rules, conditioning behaviour at the interfaces of each domain.
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