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Scott will explore the Puzzles of Evil and Altruism as they are expressed in human behavior. Is evil, defined as something that is morally wrong and causes harm or pain to others, an inherited part of being human or does it have to be learned? Likewise, is altruism defined as charitable acts that are motivated purely by desire to help other people, inherited or learned?

Scott is an amateur organic gardener whose main focus, this time of year, is preparing his gardens and beginning tomato transplants in his greenhouses. Scott and his wife, Beth, live in Middlesex county. Scott earned his graduate degree at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Prior to his retirement, Scott was a family counselor for 25 years, and later taught sociology and psychology at Rappahannock Community College for 15 years.

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