Re: Bell Curve and IQ
HARRY R. ERWIN (firstname.lastname@example.org)
20 Nov 1995 18:17:40 GMT
Lloyd Jacobs (email@example.com) wrote:
: H. M. Hubey (firstname.lastname@example.org) wrote:
: : email@example.com (Daniel D Scripture) writes:
: : >other things to do at the office. I got in a pissing match with Hubey
: : >a few months ago on, I think, sci.archeology, where he was saying
: : and you were doing all the pissing.
: : >stronger. Poor sociology--IMHO it's already mathematicized to the
: : >point of foolishness in many cases.
: : Poor sociologists, doomed to talk nonsense because they're
: : incapable of arithmetic :-).
: Sounds like the old battle of `quantity vs. quality'.
It's a slightly different issue. The academic sociologists who study the
development of science explicitly deny that the scientific method plays
an interesting role in the evolution of any scientific field.
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