Introduction // Altruistic Symmetrism: Thoughts about the Ethics of Socio-Economics

In a grove in a forest in the middle of nowhere two near-starving humanoid beings stumble upon a meal for one. How shall they decide who gets how much? Let us assume for the sake of simplicity that these humanoids… Continue Reading

That should read: “When you truly show how much you care for others, you have reached a dangerously awesome level of freedom”.

That should read: “When you truly show how much you care for others, you have reached a dangerously awesome level of freedom”. From a human behavioural biology perspective, caring about what someone thinks of you cannot be separated from caring… Continue Reading