Re: Patriarchy: Re: What Matriarchy?

Stephen Barnard (
Tue, 10 Sep 1996 18:40:21 -0800

Lars Eighner wrote:
> In our last episode <510rn3$>,
> Broadcast on alt.pagan,sci.anthropology
> The lovely and talented Beth Williams) wrote:
> >Perhaps similar to how an *ethical* anthropoligist feels about being
> >accused of supporting sociobiology?
> I've been meaning to ask: is "sociobiology" the polite word?
> Or do they prefer "Social Darwinism"? I am sorry to have ask,
> but I wasn't born yet when the sociobiologists/Social Darwinists
> had their big convention in Nuremburg.
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Sociobiology is an eminently polite word. Social Darwinism is something
quite different. If you don't understand that then you are obviously
don't understand history.

When someone resorts to implying that his opponents are Nazis then all
hope for rational discussion is lost.

Steve Barnard