OLIVER SCOTT CURRY is a Departmental Lecturer at the Institute of Cognitive & Evolutionary Anthropology at the University of Oxford. He is interested in the evolution of cooperation and its implications for understanding morality. His PhD, completed at the London School of Economics, argued that morality could be seen as the product of a suite of 'adaptations for cooperation' that evolved to solve the problems of cooperation and conflict recurrent in the lives of our ancestors. He has since pursued a number of empirical projects investigating human social behaviour, including work on coordination, friendship and coalition formation. He is currently directing The Oxford Morals Project—a comprehensive cross-cultural survey of moral values.
Oliver Scott Curry
Departmental Lecturer, Institute of Cognitive & Evolutionary Anthropology, University of Oxford