Detail Annual (vol. 3) by J.Kwang

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The rule of law was one of the ways that helped us integrate these two images. Laws automatically redefined the expanding social whole, and entitled, at least in theory, all members of the new groupings to the protections of the old ones. Protestants may not really treat Catholics the same as they treat each other, but when they are all Irishmen then Irish law expects them to, and punishes them when they don’t. The ideal of community in groups too big to be real communities helped our shark brains switch back to more and more inclusive social brains.

Our brains could not only imagine the future, we could convey that imagination to each other through language. We could talk to each other about cheating and about punishing cheating. We could standardize all this talk into rules. Suddenly, social cooperation was not just a matter of trial and error – seeing what you could and could not get away with, as a young preverbal child does with a parent. Rules could now be conveyed ex ante, as the legal philosophers put it, meaning everyone in a group could know ahead of time exactly where the group drew the line between acceptable and unacceptable behavior.

Some of our nearest evolutionary relatives are also guarded cooperators, although others are much more classically selfish. The amount of cooperation a species exhibits does not appear to have anything to do with how evolutionarily close it is to humans. Chimpanzees, who along with bonobos are our closest living primate relatives, are the very epitome of asocial selfishness when they are faced with versions of these games. 28 That the degree of social cooperation exhibited in a species does not vary exactly according to that species’ evolutionary age is a perfect example of the phenomenon that natural selection is haphazardly practical, and not at all ideological.

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