Re: Is selfishness hardwired in homo sapiens?
Of course it is hardwired.
Is selfishness hardwired in homo sapiens?
I don't care how highly we say of ourselves (a joke, since we only climbed out of the caves just a few seconds ago).
We are still animals and in the essence care of:
1)food for self
2)shelter for self
All the behaviors are rooted in these 3 points, be you a Homo or a fruit fly.
The 3 points are fundamentally always held at the expense of the other specimens - i.e. selfishness.
yes, a Homo could do better than a fruit fly;
but even highly placed Homos now days mostly care of their own "hand sizing";
in short - still a fruit fly.
Former "smoker boy". Classic, square 12 frame Dadants >> Long hive/Short frame/chemical-free experimentations.