Entries by Kevin MacDonald

The Psychology of Moral Communities, Part 3 of 5: Race Differences in Personality

Go to Part 1 Go to Part 2 Race Differences in Personality Race differences in personality explain the unique tendency of Whites to create moral communities where reputation is paramount. The critical role for reputation implies that we evaluate the personalities of group members and potential group members. A reputation as heartless, calculating, untrustworthy or selfish is […]

The Psychology of Moral Communities, Part 2 of 5: Ethnocentrism and Its Control

Go to Part 1. Controlling Ethnocentrism: Implicit and Explicit Processing As noted in Chapter 5, psychological research indicates two different types of psychological processing: implicit and explicit processing. These modes of processing may be contrasted on a number of dimensions.[1] Implicit processing is automatic, effortless, relatively fast, and involves parallel processing (i.e., processing going on independently […]

Review of David Skrbina’s The Jesus Hoax: How St. Paul’s Cabal Fooled the World for Two Thousand Years

The Jesus Hoax: How St. Paul’s Cabal Fooled the World for Two Thousand Year David Skrbina Creative Fire Press, 2019 David Skrbina is a professional philosopher who was a senior lecturer at the University of Michigan from 2003–2018. In addition to the book under review, he has written and edited a number of books, including […]