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by Yuval Noah Harari
Living being have gone a process of natural selection for million of years, in which those with characteristics are the one that survives. So, is emotion vital for survival, apparently yes, specially with mammals and birds.
Mammal mothers let the young suckle on their body, the youngters in...
Freudian theories argued that relationship between children and parents were shaped by material feedback; children needed food, shelter, and medical care, so they bonded with their parents because they provide these needs.
In 1950s and 1960s, Harry Harlow conducted an experiment on infant monkeys separated from their mothers after birth. When given a choice between a metal dummy-mother fitted with milk bottles, and a soft cloth-covered dummy with no milk, the babby monkeys clung to the barren mother for all they ar...
With that result we can say that mammals can't live with food alone. They have emotional needs to. Evolution imprinted them with the assumption that emotional needs are formed with soft furry things than with hard metallic objects. Alas, the cloth-mother never respond to their af...
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