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That is an example of free trade. I'll bet they weren't bankers.
Science has moved on. It's all Extended Hologenome now where the reversing the drive that made 99% of previous life on this planet extinct depends upon the degree of ultra-sociality which can be developed in a species. Maybe us maybe not!http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26478771
Right. Roger Erickson calls it "return on coordination." Organisms do it naturally and spontaneously to grow and simultaneously maintain homeostasis. Successful ("fit") groups do too, including societies as integrated social systems ("communities" rather than aggregates). The mistaken notion that there is no such things as a society is a death wish in reality.
I just perused the article that Schofield cites. Looks like a must-read. Here is a direct link to the PDF. Read online or download free.The Microcosm within: An interview with William B. Miller, Jr., on the Extended Hologenome theory of evolution
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