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Philippe Rushton Quotes By J. Philippe Rushton: Those objecting to the concept of race argue Those objecting to the concept of race argue that the taxonomic definitions are arbitrary and subjective. J. Philippe Rushton
Philippe Rushton Quotes By J. Philippe Rushton: Each race (or variety) is characterized by a Each race (or variety) is characterized by a more or less distinct combination of inherited morphological, behavioral, physiological traits. — J. Philippe Rushton
Philippe Rushton Quotes By J. Philippe Rushton: A race is what zoologists term a variety A race is what zoologists term a variety or subdivision of a species. — J. Philippe Rushton
Philippe Rushton Quotes By J. Philippe Rushton: To deny the predictive validity of race at To deny the predictive validity of race at this level is nonscientific and unrealistic. — J. Philippe Rushton
Philippe Rushton Quotes By J. Philippe Rushton: I received a D.Sc. from the University of I received a D.Sc. from the University of London in 1992. — J. Philippe Rushton
Philippe Rushton Quotes By J. Philippe Rushton: Nonetheless, much has been learned by studying the Nonetheless, much has been learned by studying the statistical differences between the various human races. — J. Philippe Rushton
Philippe Rushton Quotes By J. Philippe Rushton: The biological factors underlying race differences in sports The biological factors underlying race differences in sports have consequences for educational achievement, crime and sexual behavior. — J. Philippe Rushton
Philippe Rushton Quotes By J. Philippe Rushton: I then moved to the University of Western I then moved to the University of Western Ontario where I was made a full professor in 1985. — J. Philippe Rushton
Philippe Rushton Quotes By J. Philippe Rushton: Of course, individuals vary greatly within each racial Of course, individuals vary greatly within each racial group and should be treated as such. — J. Philippe Rushton