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Against the Wind

Against the Wind Memoirs of a Dissident Psychologist, Richard Lynn, Ulster Institute for Social Research, 2020, reviewed by Ed Dutton  At 90 years of age, Richard Lynn is the doyen of differential psychology. His findings on national and race differences … Continue reading

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Eternal Recurrence

Eternal Recurrence Superior: The Return of Race Science, Angela Saini, 4thEstate, 2019, 342pp, reviewed by Ed Dutton Angela Saini can skilfully encapsulate her subject in a striking yet poignant image, so that the reader feels what this Guardian journalist wants … 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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