Competitive morality

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 36 (1):97 - 98 (2013)

Abstract
Baumard et al. argue that partner choice leads to fairness and mutualism, which then form the basis for morality. I comment that mutualism takes us only so far, and I apply the theory of competitive altruism in arguing how strategic investment in behaviours which make one a desirable partner may drive moral conduct
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