Cultural Software: A Theory of Ideology
by J.M. Balkin
Publisher: Yale University Press 2003
Number of pages: 350
Cultural Software explains ideology as a result of the cultural evolution of bits of cultural knowhow, or memes. It is the first book to apply theories of cultural evolution to the problem of ideology and justice. An impressive and truly helpful book.
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