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Since the beginning of time, humans have been unable to live in ecological balance. No matter where we happen to live on Earth, we eventually outstrip the environment. This has always led to competition as a means of survival, and warfare has been the inevitable consequence of our ecological demographic propensities. And while realizing this the question that came up is whether humans are genetically programmed to be this way. Or do we have the ability to change the fundamental human-environmental relationship that not only has been with us for millions of years but in many ways has made us who we are today.
The human society before the Neolithic Revolution, consisted of small groups of hunters/ gatherers who adapted to their environment and relied on the resources available in their surroundings. Their mobile way of life was suited to the raising of small families, which kept the populations in check and did not put a strain on the earth's environment. …
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