Rampant Narcissism & Social Cheating

Don’t worry about it. Just deny, lie, attack those telling the truth, blame everyone else, and then pretend to be sorry. Works every time.

This is a quote by Mike Klymkowsky

“If an understanding of evolutionary mechanisms is weak within the general population, the situation is likely to be much worse when it comes to an understanding of the role and outcomes of social evolutionary mechanisms. Yet, the evolutionary origins of social systems, and the mechanisms by which such systems are maintained against the effects of what are known as “social cheaters”, are critical to understanding and defending, human social behaviors such as honesty, cooperation, loyalty, self-sacrifice, self-restraint, mutual respect, responsibility and kindness.” ~ Mike Klymkowsky

With rampant narcissism and social cheating – the importance of teaching social evolutionary mechanisms.

William (Bill) Siebold | Educator | Design Leader

Cultivating creative lives of great intent for more than a decade

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