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Adaptivity and What is relationship between being a good / fair people can be at oppositeperson and functioning in society?

Your erroneous zones, between the lines, seems to suggest that we cannot force other people to be nice, but we can change ourselves, and become more assertive and stop being always nice, respectful to be able to face not-nice-people.

The phrases "No more Mr Nice guy seems to suggest something similar.

Also "The mystery method" is never speaking of fairness, but only of being adaptive.

Is it possible to say" and "Nice guys finish last" imply that, in some cases, being a strong sense of fairness could even contribute, in some case, togood person can sometimes be unadaptive in a society full of hypocrisy?

i.edetrimental to your well-being. In corrupt societies being always sincere, trying to advice people, caring about their feeling, letting them choosefair and so on.good might be detrimental. I'm interested in what research says:

  • What is the relationship between being a good and fair person and adaptive outcomes in society?
  • Is being good and fair sometimes detrimental to one's well-being? If so, what contextual or other factors are related to this?

Adaptivity and being good / fair people can be at opposite?

Your erroneous zones, between the lines, seems to suggest that we cannot force other people to be nice, but we can change ourselves, and become more assertive and stop being always nice, respectful to be able to face not-nice-people.

No more Mr Nice guy seems to suggest something similar.

Also "The mystery method" is never speaking of fairness, but only of being adaptive.

Is it possible to say that, in some cases, a strong sense of fairness could even contribute, in some case, to be unadaptive in a society full of hypocrisy?

i.e. being always sincere, trying to advice people, caring about their feeling, letting them choose and so on..

What is relationship between being a good person and functioning in society?

The phrases "No more Mr Nice guy" and "Nice guys finish last" imply that being a good person can sometimes be detrimental to your well-being. In corrupt societies being fair and good might be detrimental. I'm interested in what research says:

  • What is the relationship between being a good and fair person and adaptive outcomes in society?
  • Is being good and fair sometimes detrimental to one's well-being? If so, what contextual or other factors are related to this?
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Adaptivity and being good / fair people can be at opposite?

Your erroneous zones, between the lines, seems to suggest that we cannot force other people to be nice, but we can change ourselves, and become more assertive and stop being always nice, respectful to be able to face not-nice-people.

No more Mr Nice guy seems to suggest something similar.

Also "The mystery method" is never speaking of fairness, but only of being adaptive.

Is it possible to say that, in some cases, a strong sense of fairness could even contribute, in some case, to be unadaptive in a society full of hypocrisy?

i.e. being always sincere, trying to advice people, caring about their feeling, letting them choose and so on..