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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 of …

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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 …

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Synonyms: Voluntarism

**[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anarchism|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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The [[http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/anthropocentric|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 [[http://www.biomedcentral.com/1741-7007/9/91|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 …

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Beaver Habitat

The beaver habitat is a typical example of an [[../NicheConstruction|niche construction]]. It consists of Dams, usually created by cut trees, a pond and lodges. <> <> …

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

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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<>. This might be of importance to all individuals with consciousness, as the long term …

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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 [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Consciousness|Wikipedia]] and [[http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/consciousness|Meriam-Webster …

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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

**[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/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 == # Two objects were …

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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 persistence. …

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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 groups …

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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 exhibited inequality …

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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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**[[http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/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 …

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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 …

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**[[http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/patriline|Patriline]]** is male inheritance. From generation to generation the trait is linked to males only. See also [[../Matriline|matriline]] = Examples = * The Y-chromosome in male mammals in inherited in …

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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 …

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Stockholm Syndrome

Synonyms: Terror-bonding, Traumatic bonding

**[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stockholm_syndrome|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 == …

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**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** 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. If …

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Categories: Psychology Sociology


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