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In 1996, former Cambridge University Lecturer in Archeology, Steve Mithen who also has a Ph.D in Archeology from Cambridge, published a book entitled “The Prehistory of the Mind” with the subtitle “A search for the origins of Art, Religion and Science.” In many respects, this book has been touted as being more influential than anything that is written before in the history of Cognitive Archeology.
Between the late 1980s and early 1990s, language evolution became the subject of focus in archeological circles. Among the most influential articles written on the matter is the article written by archeologists’ Iain Davidson and Pscyhologist William Noble’s entitled “The Archeology of Perception” published in 1989. Davidson and Noble’s paper is considered as the most influential paper during this time because of its explicit theoretical stance.
In a nutshell the main thesis of the Piagetian perspective on Paleolithic evolution of cognition is that ontogeny recapitulates phylogeny. This simply means there is a parallelism between the development of a species’ thought processes and its evolution. Piaget himself called this idea as “a parallelism between the progress made in the logical rational organization of knowledge and the corresponding formative psychological processes.”