Like Ants: Civilization and Eusocial Development

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page v
  • Table of Contents ix
  • Top Dogs 1
  • The Herd 5
  • The Past 19
  • Belief 20
  • Conventional Wisdom 23
  • The Roots of Civilization 28
  • Systems and Metasystems 34
  • Metasystems 38
  • Real Life Examples 44
  • The Nature of Systems and Metasystems 45
  • Compound Metasystems 47
  • Wheels within Wheels 49
  • Living on Autopilot 51
  • A System as a Life Form 53
  • The Village 54
  • Swarm Intelligence 57
  • Trade 60
  • The Agricultural Revolution 69
  • The Conquest 71
  • Taking the Village 73
  • The Occupied Village 74
  • Castes 75
  • The Lucifer Effect 76
  • Soldiers and Slaves 78
  • The Cash Economy 81
  • Makers and Takers 84
  • A Community of Friends and Enemies 86
  • The New Order 87
  • The New Takers 89
  • Lawyers 96
  • Managers 99
  • Schools 102
  • School Sports 110
  • Advanced Education 111
  • The Einstellung Effect 114
  • Plans 116
  • The Persuaders 121
  • Propaganda and Advertising 125
  • Collateral Propaganda 127
  • Barnum’s Law 128
  • Propaganda and Education 139
  • Advertising 140
  • Subliminal Suggestion 141
  • The Subliminal Content of Entertainment 143
  • False Memories 145
  • The Mind Benders 148
  • Chain Media 149
  • The War on the Family 152
  • Youth in Rebellion 157
  • The Battle of the Sexes 158
  • Women’s Work 161
  • The Plight of the Children 167
  • Day Care 169
  • Breeding like Insects 176
  • The Final Steps 178
  • Recap 180
  • Wrapping It Up 191
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