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Suzanne Sadedin's answer to What do scientists think about the biological claims made in the anti-diversity document written by a Google employee in August 2017?

Original story at Quora• 2 mentions • 1 week ago

Quora 1 week ago

Suzanne Sadedin
For many system shoppers it's a good-for-nothing system that classifies as opposites stupidity and wisdom. because by logic-choppers it's accepted with avidity: stupidity's true opposite's the opposite stupidity. — Piet Hein This is an interesting document, one that has taken a lot of energy from a lot of people I know over the last few days. When I first read it, some parts seemed very reasonable. And some parts still do, like this conclusion: Once we acknowledge that not all differences are socially constructed or due to discrimination, we open our eyes to a more accurate view of the human ...
 
 
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What they're saying:

11 Aug
Ed Yong @edyong209
RT @virginiahughes: What an evolutionary biologist (I know but it's ok) thinks of the Google anti-diversity memo https://t.co/CgDvwrkvOs
11 Aug
timohannay @timohannay
This is by far the best thing I've read on the Google memo debacle (amidst tons of crap on both sides): https://t.co/GjEev94q5X