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Michael Tomasello of The Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology argues that there are three types of human commodity.
- An old lady asks you for some money on the side of the street
- An old lady asks you to help her cross the road
- An old lady asks you for directions
What does this tell us?
Humans are an information giving species who would rather tell one about something as opposed to giving or doing for them. What other conclusions can we derive from this?