13 edition of Neo-liberal Genetics found in the catalog.
February 1, 2006
by Prickly Paradigm Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||184|
In October The Trinity Foundation will release an important new book by Paul M. Elliott, former Ruling Elder in the Orthodox Presbyterian Church. This essay is an excerpt from chapter 2 of that book, Christianity and Neo-Liberalism: The Spiritual Crisis in the Orthodox Presbyterian Church and Beyond. Neo-liberal Genetics: The Myths and Moral Tales of Evolutionary Psychology. Prickly Paradigm Pamphlet Series. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. [translated into French, Spanish, Turkish, and Greek] A Obliteração da Cultura e a Naturalização .
The neo‐liberal state embodies a set of basic rules about mutual non‐coercion as well as contract keeping rather than embodying the pursuit of a specific goal such as social justice, welfare, or a particular understanding of national identity. It looks at the close relationship between these ideas and the neo‐liberal idea of the rule of law. Neo-liberalism is one of the most influential ideologies since the Second World War, yet little research has been devoted to the movement of ideas that constitute its main body of thought. This book fills the void, providing an original account of neo-liberalism's intellectual foundations, development and conceptual configuration as an presents a comparative study of the.
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Neo-liberal Genetics book is actually an irony of intellectual history that Evolutionary Psychology accepted this doctrine of what McKinnon calls "genetic individualism" and "neo-liberal genetics" (the title of the book). The key concept of sociobiology, a broader doctrine than Evolutionary Psychology, is in fact much broader, and not at all wedded to the doctrine of Cited by: Neo-Liberal Genetics offers a brief overview of the fatal flaws in the "Santa Barbara school" paradigm of evolutionary psychology.
Due to its pamphlet-sized length, it feels a bit superficial in places, but its probably about the best that can be done with or so rather tiny pages.4/5(10). The book Neo-liberal Genetics: that myth is shaped by neo-liberal economic values and relies on ethnocentric understandings of sex, gender, kinship, and social relations.
Drawing widely from the anthropological record, Neo-liberal Genetics offers a sustained and accessible critique of the myths of human nature fabricated by evolutionary. Susan McKinnon is a cultural anthropologist and "neo-liberal genetics" is her disparaging term for Evolutionary Psychology, a doctrine made famous by Steven Pinker, David Buss, Margo Wilson, Martin Daly, John Tooby, Leda Cosmides, and Robert Wright, among other academics in psychology, biology, and anthropology/5(7).
Susan McKinnon is the author of Neo-liberal Genetics ( avg rating, 64 ratings, 10 reviews, published ), Complexities ( avg rating, 7 ratings, 4/5. As McKinnon shows, that myth is shaped by neo-liberal economic values and relies on ethnocentric understandings of sex, gender, kinship, and social relations.
Drawing widely from the anthropological record, Neo-liberal Genetics offers a sustained and accessible critique of the myths of human nature that evolutionary psychologists have fabricated.
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The concept of „neoliberalism‟ has, during the past twenty years or so, become quite widespread in some political and academic debates. Several authors have even suggested that neoliberalism is „the dominant ideology shaping our world today‟, and that we live in an „age of neoliberalism‟.
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Boellstorf, Tom. Neo-liberal Genetics About the Author She is the author of From a Shattered Sun: Hierarchy, Gender, and Alliance in the Tanimbar Islands and coeditor of Complexities: Beyond Nature and Nurture, published by the University of Chicago Press.
Lippmann’s great book – and it truly is a great book and very much worth a read – appeared in The Good Society. The book celebrated liberalism and thus rejected socialism, fascism, and Toryism. However, it also rejected laissez faire with equal passion, although you have to get pretty deep into the book to discover this.the ideology of neoliberalism, go back to Adam Smith and his great work, The Wealth of Nations.
Over the past two centuries Smith’s arguments have been formalised and developed with greater analytical rigour, but the fundamental assumptions underpinning neoliberalism remain those proposed by File Size: KB.The Genetic Commons: Resisting the Neo-liberal Enclosure of Life Article (PDF Available) in Social Analysis 50(3) November with Reads How we measure 'reads'.