Darwin 200: Should scientists study race and IQ? NO: Science and society do not benefit

@article{Rose2009Darwin2S,
  title={Darwin 200: Should scientists study race and IQ? NO: Science and society do not benefit},
  author={S. Rose},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2009},
  volume={457},
  pages={786-788}
}
  • S. Rose
  • Published 2009
  • Sociology, Medicine
  • Nature
  • In the first of two opposing commentaries, Steven Rose argues that studies investigating possible links between race, gender and intelligence do no good. In the second, Stephen Ceci and Wendy M. Williams argue that such research is both morally defensible and important for the pursuit of truth. The second of Nature's three Darwin 200 special issues celebrates 'everybody's Darwin' — the great man's legacy in the context of the human condition. The sequencing of the human genome and those of our… CONTINUE READING
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