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Eric Greene - Why Can't We Get Along? flac
Why Can't We Get Along?
Eric Greene
August 8, 2007
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Greene’s diagnosis is, at its foundation, Darwinian: the impulses and inclinations that shape moral discourse are, by and large, legacies of natural selection, rooted in our genes. Specifically, many of them are with us today because they helped our ancestors realize the benefits of cooperation. As a result, people are pretty good at getting along with one another, and at supporting the basic ethical rules that keep societies humming. Joshua Greene’s answer is appealingly simple. He says the problem is that we were designed to get along together in a particular context-relatively small hunter-gatherer societies. So our brains are good at reconciling us to groups we’re part of, but they’re less good at getting groups to make compromises with one another. Morality did not evolve to promote universal cooperation, he writes.

Why Can't We Live Together" is a song by Timmy Thomas from the album Why Can't We Live Together. The song is notable for being recorded in mono; its sparse, stripped-down production, features a Lowrey organ, bossa nova-style percussion from an early rhythm machine, and Thomas's passionate, soulful vocal. Thomas recorded a demo at Dukoff Recording Studios in North Miami, Florida, with Bill Borkan acting as sound engineer

Why Can't We Live Together is the debut album by Timmy Thomas released in 1972. It was historically the first record to fully replace drummers with a drum machine. The album reached number ten in 1973 on the US R&B albums chart on the strength of the million-seller single, "Why Can't We Live Together". All songs written by Timmy Thomas except where indicated. Why Can't We Live Together". The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face" (Ewan McColl).

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You don’t get a pat on the back for ratcheting down from rabid.

Why Can't We Be Friends? is the seventh studio album by American funk band War, released on June 16, 1975 by United Artists Records. Two singles from the album were released: the title track backed with "In Mazatlan", and "Low Rider" backed with "So". Both A-sides were nominated for the Grammy Awards of 1976. Of the songs on this album, an interpolation of the first part of the song "Smile Happy" was used in the song It Wasn't Me by Shaggy featuring RikRok.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Why Can't We Get Along? Eric Greene Eric Greene 4:24


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