Can’t We All Just Live In Peace"
Because we’re not programmed that way. We are
programmed to be tribal territorial animals, and
although we think that we are rational, our tribal
programming causes us to consistently do irrational
things and to wonder why we do them. … This has been
our history … our “human dilemma.”
The “hidden programming” controlling
our behavior is now being revealed through the
research of neuroscientists studying how the brain
functions. Based on that research, this book
presents a “Tribal Programming Theory of Human
Behavior” that answers many of the questions that
have long perplexed us.
About the author
Adam’s inclination toward philosophy and his natural
interest in the life sciences kept him constantly
reading and studying to stay abreast of the ongoing
discoveries in everything from anthropology to
zoology. As a result, when neuroscientists studying
the brain began to publish popular summaries of
their work, Adam recognized that their findings
provided the key “missing” data that would finally
allow understanding Man’s behavior.
Adam describes this new and seminal brain research,
shows how it enables hypothesizing a sweeping
“Tribal Programming Theory of Human Behavior,” and
considers the impact the new knowledge will have on
Man’s quest to eventually live in peace.