Music, Culture and the Evolution of the Human Mind: Looking Beyond Dichotomies

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2014 (EL)

Music, Culture and the Evolution of the Human Mind: Looking Beyond Dichotomies (EN)

van der Schyff, Dylan; Simon Fraser University, Vancouver

The origin of human musicality is often discussed within a dichotomous nature-or-culture framework. While most non-adaptationist views maintain this either/or perspective, recent developments in neuroscience and evolutionary theory are opening up "dual inheritance" models of music‘s origins. Many recent theories posit a shared evolutionary origin for music and language; and some have suggested that music played a crucial role in the emergence of the human mind and "cultural cognition". Indeed, growing evidence for music‘s deep roots in the most primordial areas of the brain – and of its effects on the plasticity of the neocortex – support strong connections between the emotional communications of animals, musicality in human ontogenesis, and the wide variety of musical activities we learn and participate in as the cultural creatures we are. (EN)

Peer-reviewed Article (EN)

nature-culture (EN)
music and the brain (EN)
"musilanguage" (EN)
music and evolution (EN)
music and evolutionary psychology (EN)

Επιστημονική Έκδοση για τη Μουσική, την Εκπαίδευση και τον Πολιτισμό

Αγγλική γλώσσα


Greek Association of Primary Music Education Teachers (EN)

Επιστημονική Έκδοση για τη Μουσική, την Εκπαίδευση και τον Πολιτισμό; Vol 4, No 1 (EL)
Hellenic Journal of Music, Education and Culture; Vol 4, No 1 (EN)

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