Regulated social order and evolutionary adaptation
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CitationErözden, O. (2018). Regulated social order and evolutionary adaptation. Neuroscience, Law and Beyond International Conference, Abstracts Booklet. p. 34-37.
In sum my hypothesis is that juridicity is an adaptation for humans to circumvent an existential threat to the existence of the species. It is not possible to test the validity of this hypothesis in its integrality using present day neuroscientific techniques. But comparative studies examining possible links between working memory, time conception, awareness of mortality, and normative cognition in humans and other species may form a first step in this respect.
SourceNeuroscience, Law and Beyond International Conference, Abstracts Booklet