Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Where HBD ultimately leads

Charles Murray and others argue that the truth of HBD does not lead to any particular political position or action.  One could make a convincing argument with Ralwsian Justice--redistribution of resources from those with higher genetic capability to those with lower genetic capability, right?.  I now have come to the conclusion that the   truth of HBD not leading to any particular policy is flawed.  It is simply a way to deflect liberal accusations and to make HBD more palatable to the masses.  

If we use Machiavelli's scientific approach to politics, the logical conclusion that follows from HBD is eugenics. 

1 comment:

  1. What would be the criteria for this policy? I would think that it is in the interest of higher IQ whites to enforce this policy on high IQ Asians as well as blacks, simply because it removes competition. And it works the other way around too. Good points though.