Biological races in humans.

@article{Templeton2013BiologicalRI,
  title={Biological races in humans.},
  author={Alan R. Templeton},
  journal={Studies in history and philosophy of biological and biomedical sciences},
  year={2013},
  volume={44 3},
  pages={
          262-71
        }
}
Races may exist in humans in a cultural sense, but biological concepts of race are needed to access their reality in a non-species-specific manner and to see if cultural categories correspond to biological categories within humans. Modern biological concepts of race can be implemented objectively with molecular genetic data through hypothesis-testing. Genetic data sets are used to see if biological races exist in humans and in our closest evolutionary relative, the chimpanzee. Using the two… CONTINUE READING
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