Hardwired to be good: Altruism and evolution

In contrast to Hobbes’ view in Leviathan that we are destined to lives that are “… solitary, poor, nasty, brutish, and short”, Dr. Dacher Keltner of the UC Berkeley Greater Good Science Center  presents the case  that we are –  in the words of the title of his recent book  – “born to be good”.

The Evolutionary Benefits of Altruism – Dacher Keltner, UC Berkeley on Vimeo.

And here a collage of some of the posters from the 8th grade on display outside the theater:

Hope and Inspiration

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