Tag Archives: Arthur Jensen

When Merit-Based Hiring is Deemed Racist

When Merit-Based Hiring is Deemed Racist  by Ilana Mercer  As individuals, we all want the best doctors treating us, the best pilots flying the airplanes we board, the best engineers designing the bridges we cross, the best scientists inventing and … Continue reading

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Race Differences in Sporting Achievement

Race Differences in Sporting Achievement Frank Ellis considers a compelling analysis Subjected to different evolutionary pressures because they emerged in different parts of the world, racial groups demonstrate superior and inferior levels of attainment in various sporting endeavours. Such is … Continue reading

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Keep it in the Family

Keep it in the Family Ed Dutton assesses a pioneering thinker The Life History Approach to Human Differences: A Tribute to J. Philippe Rushton, Helmuth Nyborg (Ed.), 2015, London: Ulster Institute for Social Research, 369pp. £20 (paperback), £5 (e-book). J. Philippe … Continue reading

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Religion as Elementary Error, by LESLIE JONES

  Religion as Elementary Error, by Leslie Jones In a persuasive passage in Religion and Intelligence, anthropologist Dr Edward Dutton considers the category question[i]. He cites T. Rees’s definition of science, to wit, “thoughtful, sincere research”. As Dutton points out, … Continue reading

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Phil Rushton remembered – guest article by Frank Ellis

Professor J. Philippe Rushton 1943-2012: May his memory be a blessing Consilio et animis Guest article by FRANK ELLIS There is a certain type of scientist, writer, philosopher and very rarely a politician for whom the pursuit of truth really … Continue reading

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