So, are we the massively lucky species?

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 35 (4):236-237 (2012)
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Abstract

We are in vehement agreement with most of Vaesen's key claims. But Vaesen fails to consider or rebut the possibility that there are deep causal dependencies among the various cognitive traits he identifies as uniquely human. We argue that is one such linchpin trait in the evolution of human tool use, social intelligence, language, and culture

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