How did Socrates impact the evolution of American education?
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What impact will the Industrial Revolution and the Technology Age have on the evolution of life on Earth?
How did the formulation of evolution theory impact the development of psychology as a formal discipline?
They were pioneer promoters of education. They not only founded the first American college (Harvard), they also created the first American public schools. They were the founders of several colonies, as well. They sought out to be an example by doing good works and living a holy lifestyle for the whole world to see.
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How did the formulation of the theory of evolution impact the development of psychology as a formal discipline?
knowledge looks good on your resume First, education is not synonymous with wise. The positive impact of education can only be measured by the individuals ability to use that accumulated knowledge in a beneficial and productive way. It is the appropriate use of assimilated information that makes this world a better place.
The important issue is that the Question does not ask about the impact of evolution, but the impact of evolutionism. "Evolutionism" is defined as the belief that evolution explains the origin of species. The body of science relating to evolution should not be considered "evolutionism", since the term suggests belief, rather than knowledge and scientific theory. Nevertheless, creationists tend to use the term to suggest that the Theory of Evolution and creationism should be treated…
Gene flow has a major impact on evolution. For some plants, the gene flow is restricted due to the pollinating agent. An insect may carry the fertilizing pollen a greater distance expanding the evolution of the specials. A drop type of pollination would have a lower gene flow and a slower curve of evolution.
No. It is merely one of many parameters that influence the direction of evolution, and can actually be a driving force in evolution. For example, the rise of warm-blooded mammals as a result of colder climate (a clear period of limited food resources) caused by climatic or astronomical phenomena, like the impact of a meteor.