The Intimacy of crowds: the surprising psychology of the compassionate crowd | Curio

The Intimacy of crowds: the surprising psychology of the compassionate crowd

14 mins | May 28, 2017

Crowds are made up of highly co-operative individuals driven to shared interests and goals. Human behaviour in crowds has often been considered to be mindless and one where the individuals surrender their rationality to the mentality of the crowd. However, Michael Bond writing in Aeon Magazine discovers that crowds aren’t really crazed.

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From Aeon magazine