The races differ in intelligence, and it’s poorly explained by environmental factorsRead Full Article
The anticipation of election season is radiating all across the geopolitical landscape as voters cast ballots in favor of the direction they want their government to lean for years to come.
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One common argument for the lower average IQs of African countries is that they are often disease ridden and because of that, cognitive ability is dropped. A solid and plausible theory – but does it hold up?
So, I am regularly told that “IQ is not this huge factor!” and that “education makes more of a difference in people’s lives” as this big thing that is supposed to make hereditarian beliefs about intelligence go out the window. Along with that we also get the “If group x had better education, their IQ would rise.” Stuff like this, commonly believed, yet unproved nonsense, is why I’m here.
The first essay of this series was the introduction to “Neo-Voluntaryism” which asserts that the only logical and useful form of the NAP is one which allows for preemptive force as long as such an action meets a certain criteria. This criteria must be consistent, applicable to all forms of human action, and must also not lead to further aggression.Read FULL ARTICLE