Plato’s description of the Evolutionary Origins of Morality: Just Substitute Biological and Cultural Evolution for Zeus


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“In Plato’s Protagoras there is an avowedly mythical account (told by the Greek philosopher Protagoras) of how Zeus took pity on the hapless humans, who, living in small groups and with inadequate teeth, weak claws, and lack of speed, were … Continue reading