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Altruism

Altruism is a behavioral pattern which is in stark contrast to a fauceir's normal drive for persistence and dominance. Altruism drains off resources from a fauceir for the benefit ...

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Analogy Phenomenon

In classical evolutionary theory analogous organs serve the same function but arose from a different evolutionary origin. In Fauceir Theory analogous fauceirs are defined accordingly. Rational For evolution to adapt ...

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Anarchism

Synonyms: Voluntarism

Anarchism is a philosophical view and political movement that denies authority and government. The state as any hierarchical structure is opposed, and a society where people voluntarily cooperate is favored ...

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Anthropocentrism

The dictionary definition of anthropocentrism is considering human beings as the most significant entity of the universe. This term is often used in a negative sense, as in this article ...

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Average Association

Synonyms: Kaninchenzüchterverein

In German language there exists a term 'Kaninchenzüchterverein' that literally means an association of rabbit breeders, but in philosophical and political context this term is used as reference to an ...

Tags: Anthropology Behavior Control Psychology Sociology


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Beaver Habitat

The beaver habitat is a typical example of an niche construction. It consists of Dams, usually created by cut trees, a pond and lodges.


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Behavior

In fauceir theory, the term behavior may be defined on two levels of abstraction:
  1. In its more stricter sense behavior is restricted to animal behavior. From the fauceir point of ...

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Cannibalism

Synonyms: Men Eating, Anthropophagy

Cannibalism is the use of other human body parts for nutrition, to meet, so to say, the need of of essential nutrients and energy supply.

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Cognitive inhibition

Cognitive inhibition is a type of control exerted on our conscious mind to filter information[1]. This might be of importance to all individuals with consciousness, as the long term ...

Tags: Behavior Cognitive function Control Information Learning Psychology


Categories: Psychology Sociology


Consciousness

Synonyms: Psychological Awareness

Consciousness is an illusion. Consciousness remains a mystery even to those who venture to describe it. Its definition is highly controversial, so encyclopedias and dictionaries, such as Wikipedia and Meriam-Webster ...

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Denkhemmung

Synonyms: blocked rational thinking

Denkhemmung is a German word. It is not used in German language either. I invented it to describe a phenomenon that people are unaware of the obvious but invent irrational ...

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Endowment Effect

Endowment effect describes a phenomenon observed in economics. People value objects already in their possession higher than objects that can be purchased. Classic experiment
  1. Two objects were chosen that a ...

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Categories: Economics Psychology


Demographic control

Synonyms: Demographic regulation

Demographic control is a fauceir that evolved with the advent of societies. It is a byproduct of social evolution. One of many social fauciers that are essential for society's ...

Tags: Anthropology Behavior Control Evolution Imprecision Theory


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Fauceir's essential properties

Synonyms: Essential properties of fauceirs

This article is about the essential properties of a fauceir. Essential are thos properties that define the whole class. In this case, the essential properties of fauceirs are faund in ...

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Categories: Evolutionary Biology


Hierarchy Of Social Rules

Synonyms: History of Social Rules, Social Rules

Social Rules are slave fauceirs of social groups specifically designed to keep control of group member's behavior. The hierarchy proposed on this page is based on evolutionary distance. Three ...

Tags: Anthropology Behavior Cladistics Evolution Psychology


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Egoism

By egoism we describe human selfishness. As selfishness per se is a genuine property of all living fauceirs, human egoism is no exception. Therefore although the term is often used ...

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Imprinting (Behavior)

Synonyms: Behavioral Imprinting

In behavioral science, imprinting is an adopted bahavioral pattern that ususlly lasts for a lifetime. From a historical perspective behavioral imprinting is an itermediate fauceir between genetic inheritance and the ...

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Inequality Model

As on this page the fauceir model of inequality is described, inequality is a treated as a fauceir that evolved 10,000-60,000 years ago. Inequality evolved because societies that ...

Tags: Anthropology Behavior Economy Evolution Society System Theory


Categories: Economics Sociology


Levtence

Synonyms: Levtent, levtently

Levtent is an adjective that describes a fauceir that is reluctant to evolve and rather evades all control mechanisms that would force it to improve adaption. Levtent fauceirs are rather ...

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Matriline

Matriline is inheritance along the maternal line. The opposite is [[../Patrilien|patriline]. Examples
  • The W-chomosome in birds and some reptiles and fish is inherited in a matriline.
  • Traites that are ...

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Myth

A myth is an ideological construct that falsely mirrors real conditions, but is fervently defended by all that profits from it. Action Most often a myth acts subconsciously on a ...

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Patriline

Patriline is male inheritance. From generation to generation the trait is linked to males only. See also matriline Examples
  • The Y-chromosome in male mammals in inherited in a patriline
  • Some ...

Tags: Behavior Genetics Selection Speciation


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Social Fauceirs

Social Fauceirs embrace all type of groups of individuals. For those groups of individuals to persist it requires rules and communication systems. All these rules and communication systems that maintain ...

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Spinster Phenomenon

Spinster phenomenon is a behavior pattern among females that live in social compounds. When males are absent females take over the social roles of males. Rational Such a behavioral pattern ...

Tags: Anthropology Behavior Phenomena Society Sociology


Categories: Biology Sociology


Stockholm Syndrome

Synonyms: Terror-bonding, Traumatic bonding

Stockholm Syndrome is a phenomenon observed in criminology by which victims of abduction or hostage feel sympathy towards their captors and may even support their criminal acts. Examples
  1. It was ...

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Waterlilly

Waterlillies are aquatic plants of the genus Nymphaea that exhibit impressive flowers. Not only because of its beautiful blossom I took this photo but it also graphically demonstrates its changing ...

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Xenophobia

Xenophobia is a set of human behaviors that reflects the conflict between the social fauceirs as mirrored in a human's consciousness. Xenophobia may have two aspects defense or aggression ...

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