"The denial that male & female are even valid concepts is quite a novel departure. It’s amazing & frightening how willing so many people are to go along with something so radical & discrepant with common sense, let alone with biological science."
"[P]eople in the future may see our current efforts to 'cure' sex differences as equally cruel and equally pointless—as today's equivalent of forcing lefties to write with their right hands." My interview with the excellent for
“For sex differences that don’t cause anyone any harm, what’s the problem? Why not just let people be themselves, rather than making them miserable by trying to change their basic nature?”
Memes, Genes, and Sex Differences—An Interview with Dr. Steve Stewart-Williams | by
My interview with Professor Steve Stewart-Williams is out now on . We discuss his book, The Ape that Understood the Universe, as well as evolutionary psychology, cultural evolution, sex differences, the meme's eye view, and more.
Memes, Genes, and Sex Differences—An Interview with Dr. Steve Stewart-Williams
¿Pq hombres y mujeres no son tan diferentes como el pavo real macho (=coloridas plumas) y hembra (=nada de color), o el gorila macho y la gorila hembra (el primero la dobla en tamaño)? Teoría de la selección sexual mutua en el último libro de
... "for sex differences that don’t cause anyone any harm, what’s the problem? Why not just let people be themselves, rather than making them miserable by trying to change their basic nature?"
"For sex differences that don’t cause anyone any harm, what’s the problem? Why not just let people be themselves, rather than making them miserable by trying to change their basic nature?”
"Through the invention of science, our species discovered a way to selectively breed memes for greater and greater accuracy, just as we selectively bred dogs to be friendlier and fruit to be sweeter."
Memes. genes, and sex differences. Nice article by
: "With the scientific enterprise, what we’ve done is set up an arena in which certain types of memes—scientific theories—compete against each other, and the ones that best explain the facts are the ones that we preserve and propagate."
“The only thing that makes any explanation any good is that it’s true! So, there are plenty of evolutionary explanations that I think are worse than their sociocultural competitors, just because the sociocultural explanations are more accurate.”
An excellent interview with - I really like his take on the “sex is a spectrum” debate. This comes up a lot in my work. Memes, Genes, and Sex Differences—An Interview with Dr. Steve Stewart-Williams via
Really enjoyed doing this interview with the excellent Logan Chipkin. We discussed my book That Ape That Understood the Universe, evolutionary psychology, cultural evolution, sex differences, gender, and more.
Interesting interview with .