Good Natured

The Origins of Right and Wrong in Humans and Other Animals

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To observe a dog's guilty look. to witness a gorilla's self-sacrifice for a wounded mate, to watch an elephant herd's communal effort on behalf of a stranded calf--to catch animals in certain acts is to wonder what moves them. Might there he a ...Continua
Ha scritto il 23/11/11
A must if you ever read Konrad Lorenz
Like "On Aggression" by Lorenz, a must to understand human (or primate in general) behaviour in terms of evolution. Cooperation, fight for power, friendship. But also betrayal, political alliances and.... "humanitarian" behaviour. Chimps with Down ...Continua
Ha scritto il 10/01/11
A scientific book, written by an extraordinary researcher, not necessarily for scientists. The topic of this essay (the origin of morality in humans) is huge and complex, many observations are surprising and often destabilizing for our "normal" ...Continua

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