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So, Do You Deny Existence Of "bad" Genes

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Posted by Alexander on October 31, 2001 18:47:46 UTC

left by long evolution (eat promptly or be promptly eaten)? Instinct to grab what is not secure for a "rainy day"?

If so, where does the motivation to own and the motivation to collect comes from?

Also, how about competition? Where does "I am stronger than you, I'll beat you up to prove that" comes from? From the very nature of survival principle, right? "Beat or be beaten" you may call it. This genetically built-in motivation (which can be used both for good and for evel) alone can spoil any "ideal" society.

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