Ayn Rand vs. Anthropology – Evonomics

Human Nature Did natural selection favor individualists or altruists? By Eric Michael Johnson Black-and-white colobus monkeys scrambled through the branches of Congo’s Ituri Forest in 1957 as a small band of Mbuti hunters wound cautiously through the undergrowth, joined by anthropologist Colin Turnbull. The Mbuti are pygmies, about 4 feet tall, but they are powerful and tough.