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The Penguin and the Leviathan: How Cooperation Triumphs over Self-Interest

For centuries, we as a society have operated according to a very unflattering view of human nature:  that, humans are universally and inherently selfish creatures. As a result, our most deeply entrenched social structures – our top-down business models, our … Continue reading


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The Deep Science of Cooperation

Read If you are interested in cooperative studies or just want to build a more collaborative culture in your place of work, watch the below 20 minute talk by Martin Nowak. It’s based on his (and Roger Highfield’s) new book: … Continue reading

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Sympathy and similarity – The evolutionary dynamics of cooperation

Read The advantage of mutual help is threatened by defectors, who exploit the benefits provided by others without providing benefits in return. Cooperation can only be sustained if it is preferentially channeled toward cooperators and away from defectors. But how? … Continue reading

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