Tuesday, 24 April 2012

It’s cooperation, stupid: Why Richard Dawkins, Thomas Hobbes and Milton Friedman got it wrong

The argument of this pamphlet by Charles Leadbetter, published by IPPR in partnership with Co-operatives UK, is that we should jettison the assumption that humans are selfish, first and foremost. Instead, we should start from the assumption that most of the time, most people want to be cooperative.

Full text (PDF 66pp)

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