Rafael J. Salin-Pascual con LA NEUROÉTICA: Sus implicaciones evolutivas y culturalesThe interaction with other individuals of our species is not easy, but must have been terribly aggressive at the dawn of humanity. The greatest intellectual capacity, provides advantages, but if these are not used, they become as poisonous darts that are reversed, the troops in non-human primates, chimpanzees, macaques, gorillas, orangutans, and so on. There are hierarchies, which are set by lineage and combat. There is no high priest, a religious belief, only land sites for food and power in front of his flock. The latter has its advantages, being the alpha ape, first sleeping on the top of trees, means to be surrounded by a harem of helpful females.
Do we have a moral brain? Was that for convenience, or was to be full of guilty?
What was the role of females in all this process?
Do we have a moral brain aside religious or to feel guilty?
Those are some of the questions that were resolved or at least with some kind of explanation about that aspect of our kin.