You’ve written that the human sense of right and wrong has evolved. If we have a moral instinct, why did it evolve? What are the advantages?
So the ramifications here are enormous, for parenting, school, religion. Isn't that where most people think they get their sense of right and wrong from?
If our moral instinct, and guilt along with it, are inherited, do you foresee a way in the future to pinpoint that this gene does this, or this gene does that?
Are we still evolving? If so, is our moral instinct evolving as well?
Some think we're not evolving anymore, that natural selection requires isolation. You don't share that view?
Let's talk about evolution in the United States. If you don't accept evolution, how can you learn biology? Or genetics?
How do you see the issue of evolution and education?