Dr. Stephen Sanderson’s Race and Evolution: Causes and Consequences of Race Differences is now available

Dr. Stephen Sanderson’s Race and Evolution: Causes and Consequences of Race Differences was reviewed by F. Roger Devlin for TOO. It is now available on Amazon, both in hardcover and Kindle.

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  1. Veronica
    Veronica says:

    I ordered the book from the author himself and he graciously sent it out to me before he even received me check. I have read to page 35 and I must say, I appreciate his writing style. It is direct, comprehensible, and mercifully free of turgidity and redundancy.

  2. Robert Henderson
    Robert Henderson says:

    The general reason why racial and ethnic differences result in hostility between different groups is simple: homo sapiens is a social animal.

    Being a social animal requires members of the social animal group to use signals, both physical differences such as smell or physical differences and/or behavioural changes such as the use of calls to allow other members of the group to identify who is and who is not within the social group.

    Human beings require such signals, and especially behavioural ones, to allow other humans to identify a group member. Of course humans are better at the recognition game than any other animal. David Hume put forward the idea that a human would identify with other humans up to a point. For example, an Englishman travelling in China would welcome the company of another Englishman first, then the company of a Frenchman, then the company of a or German more than he would a Chinaman .

    Finally, however much liberals claim physical race is of no consequence humans give the lie to this in racially mixed societies by disproportionately take taking as sexual partners those of the same general racial types. This is unsurprising because there is such huge physical differences, for example, between the Nordic type and African pygmies.

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