Anders Sandberg writes:
> This seems to imply that the social sciences support the strong
> convergence hypothesis (that all civilisations converge in some
> respects over time), which is a very general statement given the
> variety of possible cultures and motivations. Exactly what arguments
> do the social sciences offer?
The fastest travelling autoreplicators must indeed experience strong
similiar evolutionary pressure, resulting in convergent evolution.
Once the front pass, things are likely to become more complicated.
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