About the product Konrad Lorenz is an outstanding zoologist and zoopsychologist, philosopher, Nobel Prize winner in physiology or medicine. «Aggression, or the So-called Evil» is one of his most famous works, in which he examines aggression on the example of a variety of biological species — aquarium fish, rats, geese, wolves and, finally, people and comes to a paradoxical conclusion: deep personal affection occurs only in those communities where there is a high level of aggression. Where there is no aggression, there is no strong friendship and true love. So can aggression be considered evil, and suppression of aggression — good? And will humanity be able to develop in the event of a complete rejection of aggression against their own kind? ..