On August 1, 2011, ScienceDaily explained to us the “Evolution of Human Generosity:
Why was this a question anyway? Are you paying taxes to support compulsory indoctrination in crapped out Darwinism, at serious risk for local versions of fascism? Darwinists wonder why anyone prefers civilization to barbarism because they cannot acknowledge that the mind exists and prefers civilization:
These commonplace acts of generosity — where no future return is likely — have long posed a scientific puzzle to evolutionary biologists and economists. In acting generously, the donor incurs a cost to benefit someone else. But choosing to incur a cost with no prospect of a compensating benefit is seen as maladaptive by biologists and irrational by economists. If traditional theories in these fields are true, such behaviors should have been weeded out long ago by evolution or by self-interest.
There should never have been a scientific puzzle and no resources expended on the Darwinists’ “question.” The resources were expended for one reason only: To protect Darwinism from its justified collapse by creating a pretended usefulness.
Their work surprisingly shows that generosity — acting to help others in the absence of foreseeable gains — emerges naturally from the evolution of cooperation. This means that human generosity is likely to rest on more than social pressure, and is instead built in to human nature.
How about, people prefer civilization, based on the reality of the mind, to barbarism. It is learned, but is learned by a process that includes reason, which Darwinism (materialist atheism) cannot accept. To accept it is death – death to Darwinism and Christian Darwinism alike.
If this analysis is wrong, why do vast numbers flee to common-law jurisdictions (pinnacle of human reason) and risk the difficulty of being illegal immigrants? At least one country is continually besieged by people who want relief from the sort of government Darwinism predicts. It’s not perfect, by any means, but its founders took English Common Law seriously, and many loyalists do today.