Co-operation & Community

“Every idea, no matter how powerful, has its limits”

 

 

In 'Co-operation and Community' you will find  a range of essays (see the Features and Archive sections) where:

 

·     The natural sciences are used to explore co-operation among living organisms, including human beings.  Can evolution explain the origins of co-operation?

 

·     The social sciences are used to explore the idea of community.  It is a pervasive idea, but it is elusive.  How far can it go?  Is there such a thing as community?

 

·     One question can lead to another: Why do people associate with each other in groups?  Are relationships with other people ends in themselves, or social means to individual ends? 

 

 

 

 

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"What does it mean to be human?"

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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