Evolution answers most of the questions like - "Why are we social animals", "Why do we have nose, eyes etc". Because they were evolutionary advantageous. But I have seen this argument being used in wrong places. For eg: - In some book (sorry, I don't remember it now), the author said that we read and write because it was evolutionary advantageous. I think this is just wrong. We don't read and write because of evolution. Reading and writing perhaps was a natural consequence of our intelligence. I find the evolution argument is being used incorrectly in this case and in many other cases. Am I right?