Brazilian Scientist Jorge Moll Discovers that Charity is as Important as Food to Survival

Many people have the belief that human interaction is driven by selfishness and greed. Maxims like "the survival of the fittest" and "it's a dog-eat-dog world" have been deeply ingrained into the human psyche, especially in the West. However, scientists such as neuroscientist Jorge Moll have a different idea. They believe that human beings are actually driven by the need to take care of others as well as themselves. Even though we may want to believe that we are driven by our own interest to succeed in life, it is being considered that what may actually drive us is a desire to contribute to our world; to leave it a…
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