By Carl F. Graumann (auth.), Carl F. Graumann, Serge Moscovici (eds.)
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This cumulative process should then at an unspecified point in time give rise to the social revolution. The indirect function of the political mass strike was to learn to carry out specific forms of action and to intensify the learning processes. These processes should take place within the total realm of social cognition. Through the mass strike, which could also be carried out on a local or regional scale, actions of solidarity were to be practiced and insight into economic, social, and political connections accelerated, indeed made possible for many.
Our perspective can, I believe, be greatly deepened by opening up the discussion of origins in this area. Evolutionary theory, like history, is, after all, not concerned with novelty but rather with transformations. 27 The Evolution of Leadership Some Conclusions This all-too-brief survey suggests that mutualism and sexual selection are the main evolutionary sources of social systems in which one moiety attributes leadership to another. The advantages to leader and led may be mutual or may involve contrasting gains; however, these are presumed to produce balanced benefits when translated into the currency of inclusive fitness.
Changing Conceptions of Leadership by Carl F. Graumann (auth.), Carl F. Graumann, Serge Moscovici (eds.)