A theory of human development introduced in the 1996 book “Spiral Dynamics” by Don Beck and Chris Cowan, which argues that human nature is not fixed. According to Beck and Cowan, humans are able, when forced by life conditions, to adapt to their environment by constructing new, more complex, conceptual models of the world that allow them to handle the new problems. Each new model includes and transcends all previous models.

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