Scientist finds that animals innate sense for humility, fairness and compassion

By John Vibes | True Activist

There is a widely held belief in the world that morality is not a natural instinct for humans, but rather that it is some sort of social construct. Likewise, this belief suggests that there is no such thing as morality in the animal kingdom as well. However, the work of researcher Frans de Waal has shown that animals do in fact have an innate sense for humility, fairness and compassion. This could be the very same instinctual drive that inspires most humans to be genuinely nice people.

Unfortunately, many centuries of scarcity and subjugation has left the human race in a state of confusion and frustration, where we are not acting in line with our natural instincts.

Many people get their impression of human nature from how others around them behave, and from what they were told about the history of the human species. At face value this approach seems logical, but still overlooks the mass manipulation of the human species that has taken place at the hands of various “authorities” throughout history.

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