The Lizard Brain’s 4F’s: fighting, fleeing, feeding and fornicating

The four Fs are said to be the four basic drives (motivations or instincts) that mammals are adapted to have, follow, and achieve: fighting, fleeing, feeding and fornicating. The four Fs were described as adaptations which helped the organism to find food, avoid danger, defend its territory. It has been long argued that adaptive traits do not evolve to benefit individual organisms, but to benefit the passing on of genes.


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The days of tribal warfare are so over………..

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