Darwinizing the Federalist Papers
Everyone knows the system is broken but no one seems to know how to do better. Until now, and from an unexpected source: The current incarnation of Darwin’s theory of evolution.Read More
Can Evolution Be Conscious?
A collection of commentaries by leading evolutionary scientists and philosophers discussing the practical implications regarding evolution as a conscious process, in addition to basic scientific implications.Read More
This View of Morality: Can an Evolutionary Perspective Reveal a Universal Morality?
TVOL is pleased to explore the question “Is there a universal morality?” with the help of philosophers and scientists at the forefront of studying morality in light of “this view of life”.Read More
Constructing Our Niches: The Application of Evolutionary Theory to the Architecture, Engineering, and Construction (AEC) Industry
Our built environments represent a major human phenotypic adaptation, part of our collective cultural toolkit for adapting to the world around us. But because they form a major part of the environmental contexts we live, play and work within, and because their construction and operations have such a global impact, they also shape humanity’s ongoing evolution as well as that of other species on the planet. This publication outlines how deliberately operating within an evolutionary theoretical framework would better position the industry.Read More
This View of Business: How Evolutionary Thinking Can Transform the Workplace
What is the single greatest insight that an evolutionary perspective offers to business? Our new This View of Life special publication has the answer - get your free copy now!Read More
The Economic, Cultural and Ecosystem Values of the Sudd Wetland in South Sudan
The Sudd wetland is potentially the greatest economic asset in South Sudan and if properly managed could provide income, jobs, and irreplaceable ecosystem services indefinitely. This report introduces the concept of an evolutionary path toward sustainability and the advantages of long-range planning and comprehensive public policies.Read More
Truth and Reconciliation for Social Darwinism
This special edition presents the complicated story about the application of Darwinian thinking to public policy over a number of articles and interviews which discusses the misuse of evolutionary theory as well as acknowledging false accusations and the omission of benign uses of evolutionary theory.Read More
The Norway Project: A Deep Look at its Lessons to Help Us to Improve Our Society
This special report presents research from leading thinkers on the secrets of Norway’s success and how to apply these lessons to help our society.Read More
What’s Wrong (and Right) About Evolutionary Psychology?
This Special Edition features a diverse collection of articles on evolutionary psychology by proponents, critics, and scientists, with the aim to clarify the subject for everyone, from experts to the general public.Read More
Doing Well by Doing Good: An Evolution Institute Report on Socially Responsible Businesses
Can businesses do well by doing good? Yes, according to this report headed by EI President David Sloan Wilson. The report provides a much needed alternative to the “Greed is Good” philosophy of orthodox economic theory, which has dominated the curriculum of business schools for over 50 years.Read More