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FLASHBACK – Good breeding: Darwin doubted his own family’s “fitness.”

James Moore Natural History via Find Articles Nov, 2005 Brought up in a provincial market town, Charles Darwin lived for forty years in rural Kent, where he raised a large family. The English countryside was his natural habitat, a world … Continue reading

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Why the Rich Are Less Ethical: They See Greed as Good

Maia Szalavitz TIME While stereotypes suggest that poor people are more likely to lie and steal, new research finds that it’s actually the wealthy who tend to behave unethically. In a series of experiments — involving everything from dangerous driving … Continue reading

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