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How dogs and people ended up ruling the world

7 mins | Dec 5, 2019
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Evolution has favoured the friendliest canine and human species over more aggressive competition. In this piece, Cass Sunstein argues that the evolutionary success of man and his best friend, the domesticated dog is down to the shared trait of docility. Writing in Bloomberg, he explains how our reduced tendency towards instant violent retaliation is what has allowed us to become a dominant species.
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