Evolutionary thinkers have often argued that evolved human nature means that many kinds of social change can come only at a cost. Their thinking about what counts as a cost and what as a benefit, however, is biased by their assumptions about human nature--loss of freedom and happiness owing to social arrangements that they deem to be "natural" are discounted.
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