»  Reviews: The Human Sciences

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This page links to all my reviews relating to the human sciences.

Date Place Review Title Book Title Author
2015
April 15, 2015 VDARE Fifty years of ed-biz log-rolling The Long Crusade: Profiles in Education Reform, 1967-2014. Raymond Wolters
2014
November 6, 2014 VDARE Kicking The Stone: The Hard Reality of Race Relations Face to Face with Race Edited by Jared Taylor
June 23, 2014 The American Spectator Does Language Shape Thought? The Language Hoax: Why the World Looks the Same in Any Language John H. McWhorter
June 13, 2014 VDARE Richard Lynn at 80: The Festschrift. Race and Sex Differences in Intelligence and Personality Ed. Helmuth Nyborg
April 12, 2014 The American Spectator I Remember, I Remember Pieces of Light: How the New Science of Memory Illuminates the Stories We Tell About Our Pasts Charles Fernyhough
April 12, 2014 VDARE Eugenics: A Non-Hysterical Approach Future Human Evolution: Eugenics in the Twenty-First Century John Glad
April 11, 2014 The American Spectator 21st Century Spock The Myth of the Spoiled Child: Challenging the Conventional Wisdom About Children and Parenting Alfie Kohn
March 28, 2014 The American Spectator I Think Therefore I Am … What? Thinking: The New Science of Decision-Making,
Problem-Solving, and Prediction
Ed. John Brockman
March 14, 2014 The American Spectator A Zeal for Different Opinions Predisposed: Liberals, Conservatives,
and the Biology of
Political Differences
John R. Hibbing
Kevin B. Smith
John A. Alford
March 13, 2014 VDARE A Small, But Significant, Step For Race Realism A Troublesome Inheritance: Genes,
Race, and Human History
Nicholas Wade
2013
December 26, 2013 Taki's Magazine Menschheitsdämmerung? Our Final Invention:
Artificial Intelligence
and the End of the Human Era
James Barrat
2011
December 19, 2011 National Review Be Nice! The Better Angels of Our Nature:
Why Violence Has Declined
Steven Pinker
September 2011 The New Criterion Demographic Dilemmas Unnatural Selection: Choosing
Boys over Girls, & the
Consequences of a World
Full of Men
Mara Hvistendahl
April 4, 2011 National Review Hard Wiring The Social Animal David Brooks
2010
September 29, 2010 Taki's Magazine Blaming the Teachers The movie
    Waiting for Superman
directed by Davis Guggenheim
June 9, 2010 NRO Educational Reductionism Bad Students,
    Not Bad Schools
Robert Weissberg
2009
November 11, 2009 NRO Survival of the Most Pious? The Faith Instinct Nicholas Wade
January 2009 The New Criterion Make Way for Bio-Aesthetics The Art Instinct Denis Dutton
2008
February 27, 2008 VDARE DNA, Schmee-NA! Abraham's Children Jon Entine
2007
October 8, 2007 The American Conservative Speaking Your Mind The Stuff of Thought Steven Pinker
March 23, 2007 Wall Street Journal Go Ahead, Make Up Your Mind I Am a Strange Loop Doug Hofstadter
2006
June 20, 2006 NRO The Ultimate in Genealogy Before the Dawn Nicholas Wade
2005
July 18, 2005 National Review The Dress of Thought Empires of the Word Nicholas Ostler
June 20, 2005 National Review The Birds and the Bees Madame Bovary's Ovaries D.P. & N.R. Barash
2004
June 9, 2004 The New York Sun How Do You Feel About That? Secrets of the Soul Eli Zaretsky
Spring 2004 Claremont Review of Books Dance to the (Disco) Music of Time Homosexuality
    and Civilization
Louis Crompton
Feebruary 2, 2004 The New York Sun The Devil Made Me Do It The Science of
    Good and Evil
Michael Shermer
2003
November 16, 2003 The Washington Times Touring Brain Science's
Bold Frontier
The New Brain Richard Restak
June 30, 2003 National Review Lost in the Male The Man Who
    Would Be Queen
Michael Bailey
December 22, 2003 National Review The Datanaut Human Accomplishment Charles Murray
May 19, 2003 The American Conservative Minority Report World on Fire Amy Chua
March 10, 2003 The American Conservative The Marx of the Anti-Semites The Culture of Critique Kevin MacDonald
March 2003 The New Criterion E pluribus plurimum Diversity: The Invention
    of a Concept
Peter Wood
2002
October 16, 2002 The New York Sun A Tribute to Man the Toolmaker Behind Deep Blue Feng-hsiung Hsu
2000
June 11, 2000 The Washington Post The Nose Knows Jacobson's Organ
  and the Remarkable    
Nature of Smell
Lyall Watson
February 21, 2000 National Review Score One for Nature Taboo: Why Black Athletes
  Dominate Sports
    and Why We Are
      Afraid to Talk About It
Jon Entine