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Virtually all mental health researchers accept that Major Depression (MD) is a mental disorder, i.e., a brain dysfunction. I argue that ..read more
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Social support is crucial to our mental and physical health. The absence of social support may be even more harmful to us than smoking. ..read more
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Ever since Darwin drew upon Thomas Malthus and Adam Smith, economic and evolutionary theory have been entwined throughout their histories ..read more
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In our last entry, “The Darwinian ‘Struggle for Existence’ is Really About Balance,” we showed that competition in evolution can ..read more
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The moment the line between you and “the other” begins to blur. So, none of his kind of views of people like me were correct. Because ..read more
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Darwin’s emphasis on the “struggle for existence” as the basis for natural selection is one of the most misinterpreted ideas he ever ..read more
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There is a curious finding well known in some academic disciplines: girls who grow up in households without a father tend to start their ..read more
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Much of our way of life is built on a faulty model of human nature. Both Darwin and Adam Smith would disavow the use of their names to ..read more
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The idea that human society can be compared to a single organism has a long pedigree, from Aristotle’s Politics to Hobbes Leviathan. ..read more
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In my seemingly endless writing on multilevel selection (my first article was published in 1975), I often lament that the general public ..read more

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