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What is R. Wright’s analogy about “knobs and dials” supposed to explain about evolutionary psychology?
Why do some evolutionary psychologists believe that there are two distinct kinds of human nature, male and female?
What is the EEA, the Environment of Evolutionary Adaptation, also know as the ancestral environment?
What is Male Parental Involvement (MPI), and how did the fact that humankind was a high MPI species in the EEA affect the evolution of men’s emotions?
What are the primary strategies evolution has “programmed” into women’s emotions for maximizing their genetic legacy?
How did human beings come to possess the basic emotional predispositions, which seem to be common to all of us?
How much influence do biology and culture each have on the behavior of human beings?
To what degree are human beings are able to control how they act and how they feel?
According to evolutionary psychologists and also according to standard social scientists, to what degree must women act according to these emotions and to what degree can they escape these emotions?
What is “ultimate responsibility,” and how is it related to the problem of free will?
On Richards’ analysis, to what degree do human beings bear ultimate responsibility for their decisions according to materialism?
According to Richards, why is ultimate free will a logically incoherent concept?
How does Richards define the ordinary meaning of “altruism”?
How does Richards define the biological meaning of “altruism”?
Why do some people believe the apparent fact of human altruism is incompatible with the theory of evolution?
Classical Darwinism vs. Neo- darwinian
According to Richards, why is the sort of altruism produced by the process of evolution authentic altruism?
Why do some people believe that if materialism is true then morality is meaningless?
Why does Richards believe that the existence of an objective moral theory does not require the existence of God?
Why does Richards believe that the truth of evolutionary theory does not imply that there is no objective morality?
Why does Richards believe that, even if God exists, this would not provide a reliable way to know objective morality?
Why does Richards believe that if evolutionary theory is true, it still may be possible to discover an objective morality?
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