Does Tit-For-Tat Prioritize the Gains of Others Over Those of the Self?

The essential feature of a tit-for-tat strategy is reciprocity – rewarding cooperation and punishing defection. In his book, “Born to be Good”, Dacher Keltner claims that “tit-for-tat instantiates the principle of cost-benefit reversal”. He argues that a set of mechanisms that reverse the cost-benefit analysis of giving is built into the human organism. He . . . → Read More: Does Tit-For-Tat Prioritize the Gains of Others Over Those of the Self?