On Revolutionising the Darwin Industry

On Revolutionising the Darwin Industry: A Centennial Retrospect Jim Moore The centenary of Darwin’s death has come and gone amid perilous times. In 1882 England’s leading naturalist was interred at Westminster Abbey as ‘Fenian outrages’ convulsed political opinion on the eve of the Phoenix Park assassinations (Moore, 1982). A century, later the Irish troubles persist, […]

Notes: the inheritance of intelligence and ideology

Noles Report on work in progress THE INHERITANCE OF INTELLIGENCE AND IDEOLOGY I want to under-take a project of Marxist journalism wi th respect to the curr_ent political/scientific debate over IQ; understanding the present as history requires revealing the social basis for the views of all those involved, including the scientists on both sides, the […]