The Origins of Virtue
Human Instincts and the Evolution of Cooperation
Explore the origins of human trust and virtue with this fascinating study that challenges our assumptions about self-interest and cooperation. Written by a zoologist and former American editor of the Economist, this book delves into recent studies and scientific breakthroughs to shed light on the evolution of our cooperative instincts. With wit and brilliance, the author examines how our natural selfish behavior can actually benefit ourselves and others through the exchange of favors. This thought-provoking analysis is a must-read for anyone interested in the science of human behavior.