In this video, Richard Wrangham discusses various aspects of human violence and its evolutionary roots. He argues that violence is a natural tendency in humans, and that it has played a role in our species' evolution. He also discusses the role of sexual violence in war, and how it is just another example of power corrupting.
In this video, Richard Wrangham discusses the importance of violence and sex in human evolution, and how these behaviors have resulted in the development of some of the most peaceful societies on Earth. He also discusses how these behaviors are still evident in modern humans, and how they can be used to improve social cooperation.
In this video, Richard Wrangham discusses how violence, sex, and fire in human evolution led to the development of language and the mind's ability to create beauty. He goes on to say that although this process is simple on the surface, it is actually complex and involves a number of steps.