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Come What May

The rational approach to the obstacles that life throws you into is oddly eusocial and systemic to a dynamic of group reciprocity. Altruistic ideals aside, the potential for bad actors is a contingency built into these systems of adaptive survival.

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Come What May

There was never a night or a problem that could defeat sunrise or hope.

- Bernard Williams (1929-2003)

Hopium isn't Something To Hold On To. It's Way Too Addictive - Another planksip Möbius

Hopium isn't Something To Hold On To. It's Way Too Addictive - Another planksip Möbius

Come What May

Inspired by Bernard Williams (1929-2003)'s quote, "There was never a night or a problem that could defeat sunrise or hope". The titled responsion is

The rational approach to the obstacles that life throws you into is oddly eusocial and systemic to a dynamic of group reciprocity. Altruistic ideals aside, the potential for bad actors is a contingency built into these systems of adaptive survival. The question persists, how do culture and biology mix? The emergent phenomenon is on display for all to interpret.

The Better Angles in our Nature

Inspired by Bill Maher (Comedian)'s quote, "If you think you have it tough, ready history books." The titled responsion is a reference to Steven Pinker and how far civilization has progressed.

Hopium isn't Something To Hold On To. It's Way Too Addictive - Another planksip Möbius

Published 4 months ago