Wolf Head on Person, Altruism and Evolution by Zhuoxi Bai

Creative Project, PHIL 114 Global Moral Issues, Summer 2017, Purdue University

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This is the justification based on the book ” The Expanding Circle: Ethics, Evolution, and Moral Progress.” I think the main point of the book is that many moral processes such as altruism in human are based on biological evolution from earlier social animals. That is also what I was trying to draw here. Peter Singer, author of The Expanding Circle, used wolves to make examples many times, like in page 8 of the paperback edition, to present the evolution of altruism and how it likely occurred in humans. That is why I kept the wolf head on the human.

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