Gil Benmoshe

Gil Benmoshe is an independent scholar studying intentional communities in the US. His graduate education is in developmental psychology but his current research employs both behavioral economic and game theoretic approaches to understanding success and failure of intentional communities. Gil is currently working in collaboration with a few academic institutions as well as the federation of egalitarian communities. He started several intentional communities and currently lives at Cambia community in Louisa, VA.

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August 24, 2016 in Culture

Memetic Isolation and Cultural Speciation: An important strategy for intentional community development?

The mechanisms of speciation, applied in a cultural context, might not only help better understand how cultures form, but also provide means for designing and constructing culture. In this essay…
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