If we know meat is murder, why is it so hard for us to change and become moral?
Sweatshops, butchers and justice – it all goes back to our past as primeval hunter-gatherers.
The expiry date for our sense of justice has long since passed. Like all our other senses, our sense of justice, too, has ancient evolutionary roots. Human morality was shaped in the course of millions of years of evolution, driven by a need to cope with dilemmas that cropped up in the lives of a small hunter-gatherer band.