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Elizabeth Oldfield 14 May 18
will be happy to hear that
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BP 14 May 18
Replying to @SteveStuWill
Exactly. Leftists suffer from genetic deficiencies that hinder their ability to understand the nature of reality, and formulate sensible plans for dealing with it. That's why I'm so tolerant of them. It's tough for them to prosper without my raw talent.
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Max Beilby 15 May 18
Replying to @SteveStuWill
This paper’s conclusions seem to be at odds of Steven Heine’s research (and other studies cited in his book ‘DNA is Not Destiny’). Do you have any reflections on why this may be the case?
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Zach Goldberg 15 May 18
Replying to @SteveStuWill
Important clarification: were these attributions made with respect to group or individual differences?
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nroc 14 May 18
Replying to @SteveStuWill
Of course, if you know something to be bio determined than the moral culpability of a person’s actions diminishes and empathy is more likely.
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Tometo Jemeto   🇫🇷🇩🇪🇬🇧🇮🇹🇪🇸👍 14 May 18
Replying to @nicoroc @SteveStuWill
Never-Trump conservatives actually are the ones with most disdain for the poor and the most vulnerable, Black and White alike. Yet, they are praised a morally virtuous...
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kareem abdul james carr 14 May 18
Replying to @SteveStuWill
What about those who use it as a basis for racism?
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Agene Roflmao 14 May 18
Replying to @SteveStuWill
I think tolerance and acceptance of genetic differences are both genetically determined traits.
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Bosque ⚔️ 14 May 18
TBH, when I thought culture, morals and choices were the determining factors for an individual's outcomes, I didn't think too well of those who were poor. Now, I have a lot more empathy and spend a lot of time worrying about improving their lot.
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Chris Reynolds 15 May 18
Replying to @SteveStuWill
This makes perfect sense; especially the tolerance finding.
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