An evolutionary throwback

September 11, 2011 § Leave a comment

What use all this education, all this reading and art and culture, if it does not educate one’s psychology:  one’s ability to imagine other, different motivations and at least notice them in others?

Thinking about M, entering her world, is like reading one of those bodice-rippers in which men are strong, acquisitive, and jealous; and women coo.  It seems…  hominid:  an evolutionary throwback:  tiresome (no hope of ever seeing a change) and boring (relentlessly predictable).

 

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