I keep on reading you from time to time. I do not share your ideas and perspective but there is undoubtedly a real thought that strives to grasp her environment and your analyses are often subtle. However, I wonder how you can intellectually deal with some fascinating work as the ones of . I do not think your insistence on the “Bell Curve thesis” can honestly been maintained when faced with the experiences he has led.
Finally, there is the reception of the entire scientific community itself. "Within the sophisticated research community, the opinion has been virtually unanimous that 'The Bell Curve' was a primitive, oversimplistic and flawed analysis," says Craig T. Ramey, a professor of psychiatry and pediatrics at the University of Alabama. (13) Many scientists have been writing detailed, technical refutations to The Bell Curve. A team of sociologists led by Claude Fischer has addressed the sociological arguments raised by The Bell Curve in their book, Inequality by Design. (14) Reanalyzing the very data used by Herrnstein and Murray, they correct many of the statistical errors and show how the environment, not genes, plays a larger role in who gets ahead in life.
Sociology Help - Inequality and The Bell Curve Theory
The Jews who attend Amren only support racialism because, according to their theories, Jews are superior to all races including Whites. These Jews believe that because of their supposed intelligence, they somehow have the right to inhabit (and control) a nation build by Whites. In that respect, they are no different from Mexicans or other immigrants. As far as I know, Jared Taylor accepts the idea that Jews are the most intelligent race on the planet while, at the same time, claiming that they are White. How can one endorse the Bell Curve thesis which claims that Jews are a seperate race with a higher IQ than Whites while simultaneously asserting that Jews are White? Amren also heavily promotes philosemite and racemixer Charles Murray, who regulary writes articles touting Jewish superiority for neocon Podhoretz's magazine.