Re: Is white racism nec. all bad?

Ray Sullivan (ay773@FreeNet.Carleton.CA)
Fri, 21 Apr 1995 15:55:12 GMT

> In <> (Eileen
> Camilleri) writes:
>>>In <3mrah9$> (Frank
> Forman)
>>>>>> Again, I see lots of nit-picking and NO evidence that there
>>>>>> are no innate psychological differences among the various
>>>>>> subdivisions of man.
>>>>I am still looking for this evidence!
>>I heard a theory some years back that seemed to made some sense
>>to me. It attributed white man's achievements to the idea that he had
>>learned to utilize his right brain more than others.
>>Before language the right and left brains were mirror images of each
> other
>>but after language the right brain development was sacrificed as the
> left
>>side concentrated on language and its development. Due to the living
>>conditions that white men faced - such as having a family completely
>>dependent on him alone, he began to develop the right brain which
>>eventually led to his excellence in math and science.
>>Those living in tribal situations where food gathering was a team
>>effort and women who stayed behind to nurture the children did
>>not develop the right brain to the same extent.
>>Eileen Camilleri
>>excellence in math and science.

All this Man/Men stuff is getting confusing. I'm not quite sure in which
instances you men "males" and in which instances you mean "humans". Sorry
to pick at nits - but this aspect of your writing is quite unclear.

R. Sullivan "Truth is utility" -Bacon (the person, not the pig meat)