The Origins of Virtue

Human Instincts and the Evolution of Cooperation

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If, as Darwin suggests, evolution relentlessly encourages the survival of the fittest, why are humans compelled to live in cooperative, complex societies? In this fascinating examination of the roots of human trust and virtue, a zoologist and former ...Continua
Ha scritto il 06/11/10
Very interesting book. Last chapter is good, but naïve in some sense and it can be subject to the same treatment Ridley reserves to some of his favourite targets (he knows who they are :) ).

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