So-called 'biases' are just errors. Thinking is error correction—which biases are not immune to.
Explaining differences in human behaviour via genes quickly runs counter to human universality: the all-encompassing role of knowledge in the fate of human beings.
The idea that there is a **human condition or a human nature is the epitome of the wrong way of explaining humans
Patterns of errors in the outcomes of thinking are not explained by biases but by whatever is sabotaging error correction.