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Then of course there's kin selection, so you'll tolerate and do things for
relatives, reciprocal alturism where you'll do something for your neighbour
if there's a good chance of something in return for you, otherwise, everyone
else is competition to, very generally speaking, be aggressive towards.
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> Kenneth Van Oost -
> >Racism is the (a) 'true centre' of a system, its central point.
> I've always assumed tribalism was more of the center - territorialism.
> And I've come to this mostly because animals don't give too much of a
> shit about things other than their local turf, and because the outsider
> is usually an enemy. So the tribe is the important family to protect, and
> one's location in the tribe is ego territory.
> But, it is a big, innate, mix.
> Evolution and culture feeds it all as well as demanding most of the table.
> - Wade
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