Altruism in Social Fauceirs

Humans use to live in social compounds. They show a great deal of altruism which is enforced by the master fauceirs the various societies they live in. By contrast to its members. If any, social fauceirs itself show altruism rarely. On the contrary, successful social fauceirs adapted to forcefully suppress its members tendencies to show mercy to members of other social fauceirs.

Understanding this fundamental rule can help you grasp the framework of human history.

 


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Fauceir theory is developed and © by Mato Nagel and available at www.fauceir.org.

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