History and Evolution, the blog: Introduction to the ‘eonic effect’

World History and the Eonic Effect: Civilization, Darwinism and Theories of Evolution (WHEE): this work also has multiple versions in hardback and Kindle available at Amazon.com
We will use this accessory site to explore the eonic effect, its model and its relation to the question of evolution. The subject arose with the publication of World History and the Eonic Effect, first published in 1999, but now following roughly the fourth edition. The material is on its way to a seventh and last edition, but this will follow the fourth very closely.
There is a large related literature which we will cite here but the key issues can be explored in relatively short versions, subject to the need to study world history in detail and in a balanced way. One key idea is the relationship of ‘history’ and ‘evolution’ and the way we can deduce the ‘eonic effect’ from a consideration of the way history emerges from evolution, speaking in formal terms.

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