Graeme D. Snooks - The Dynamic Society: Exploring the Sources of Global Change
Routledge | 1996 | ISBN: 0415137306 | Pages: 491 | PDF | 2.69 MB
Graeme Snooks has set himself the ambitious and original task of exploring the driving force of global change over the past 2 million years. The book outlines and explains the biological development of life, going on to develop a fully dynamic model, not just of genetic change, but of the broader process of life on earth. Snooks also provides a critical review of current interpretations about the course of history and the forces driving it. Finally, he develops an entirely new interpretation of the dynamics of human society, arguing that the rise and fall of societies is an outcome of the development and exhaustion of these strategies.
This dynamic strategy model is employed to discuss likely future outcomes for society. Controversially, Snooks argues that far from leading to ecological destruction, growth--including technological change--is both natural and necessary. The Dynamic Society demonstrates that dynamism, not stasis, is the essential condition of human society, as it is of life.
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