Nurture vs. Nature, a Repeating Chorus
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This paper is a thematic paper addressing basic arguments on the heritability of intelligence in relation to other assumptions as recurring forces in a Psychology that needs to be addressed broadly. The writer looks at the nature vs. nurture debate which is by no means over, and needs to include further inclusions from other areas of psychology and other of the social and applied sciences. This article includes reference to IQ/aptitude testing and cultural assumptions regarding intelligence and education and mobility. The writer also discusses static vs. dynamic societies and motivation and displacement.
From the Paper:"The nurture vs. nature debate in the study of intelligence, as a `dualistic' argument, one would hope was laid to rest, but the challenge of biological determinism, in the last 20 years, has compelled new attention to the general subject. Unfortunately, as Gould expresses, societies and social scientists are forever looking for ways in which to `slot' particular members, assessing groups in relation to one another, and thus, determining where they might `belong', and as Gould ventures in his introduction's reference to Socrates and those who can be assigned by merit to classes of rulers, auxiliaries or craftsmen."
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