EDUCATION AS UNIQUE SURVIVAL ALTERNATIVE ON HOMO SAPIENS EVOLUTION

Aenaf Aleahim

Abstract


Human evolution is the lengthy progression of changes. Scientific evidence shows that the physical and behavioral traits shared by all people originated from apelike ancestors and evolved over a period of approximately six million years. The intellect, the magnitude of which divorces the human from all other animals, advanced slowly over the entire four million years or more of the human development. The intellect is not unique to the human; it is quite well developed in a number of the other higher animals. The intellect developed as a control over instincts to provide adaptable behavior. Education fulfilled in the past a decisive role in the survival of our species. The arrival of Homo sapiens sapiens, their link to the development of culture, the rise of teaching and education and the relevance or irrelevance of the educational process in human survival, are some of the topics covered in this paper. 

 

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