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Lascaux is dated to about 17,000 years ago. how the brain converts a mass of electrical and chemical signals into what we are individually familiar with as consciousness and thought patterns. And it is this which it will be crucial to understand if we are ever to make the leap to comprehending exactly what it is that enables us to be (and I use the term advisedly) human. Still, it is possible to talk in general terms about the evolution of modern cognition. It has, for example, been argued that at some time between, say, 60 and 50 kyr ago, a speciation event occurred in the human lineage that gave rise to a new, symbolically expressive entity.

Lascaux is dated to about 17,000 years ago. how the brain converts a mass of electrical and chemical signals into what we are individually familiar with as consciousness and thought patterns. And it is this which it will be crucial to understand if we are ever to make the leap to comprehending exactly what it is that enables us to be (and I use the term advisedly) human. Still, it is possible to talk in general terms about the evolution of modern cognition. It has, for example, been argued that at some time between, say, 60 and 50 kyr ago, a speciation event occurred in the human lineage that gave rise to a new, symbolically expressive entity.

Com SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN Copyright 2001 Scientific American, Inc. 57 Let’s look at this possibility a little more closely by starting at the beginning. When the first Cro-Magnons arrived in Europe some 40,000 years (kyr) ago, they evidently brought with them more or less the entire panoply of behaviors that distinguishes modern humans from every other species that has ever existed. Sculpture, engraving, painting, body ornamentation, music, notation, subtle understanding of diverse materials, elaborate burial of the dead, painstaking decoration of utilitarian objects— all these and more were an integral part of the day-to-day experience of early Homo sapiens, and all are dramatically documented at European sites more than 30 kyr old.

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