Evolution of the early human being came with different changes. For example, with the
evolution, there was a change in the brain size where the brain became larger allowing the
ancient human to think more effectively and critically than other primates. Due to the increased
memory, the early human would devise ways of better surviving and organizing their
communities. This factor would be attributed to the fact that with the increased brain size,
communication was made more effective and sharing of ideas was easier.
The growing of the brain power of the early human led to some forms of change in the
organization of the communities. For example, Cognition. The human was able to think through
and develop new ideas, for example, the use of specific tools, artifacts, weapons, and other
productions that signified greater thinking abilities. Weapons were used in hunting and gathering
of foods whereas various tools such as the stone tools were used to make the life of such humans
more comfortable. The early human started adapting to better ideas which would be
differentiated from those of other primitives. They used fire to soften foods and to keep warm.
The methods they used to light the fire also signified that they had a greater thinking ability.
The increase of the brain size enabled the human to develop language (a way in which he
could communicate and share ideas), develop some forms of creativity and innovation. In the
wild, there was no possibility of a human living without culture. The humans organized
themselves and lived in specific habitats which were most commonly identified as caves. In the
caves, they started a new way of living especially how they got their food and how they
consumed it. Before the advancement of the brain size, the humans would consume raw foods,
but with the advancement, they used to burn the proteins and fat in the food through processes
such as roasting food. Living in the caves and surviving in the wild needed much cooperation.
Humans used their large-sized brains to effect the cooperation for existence in the wild.
According to Felix waken, children born out with the advanced brain would learn
multiple things from the things they saw. He phrased it in a statement that, “m...