Category Archives: Phil Rushton

J. Philippe Rushton: A Life History Perspective by Edward Dutton

Here are some excerpts: * From the eighteenth century to the middle of the twentieth century almost all biologists and anthropologists accepted that the human species could be divided into biologically distinct races. Since around 1900, anthropology in Western Europe … Continue reading

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The Bermuda Triangle Part II: Dangerous Research & The Risks Worth Taking

Professor Brian Boutwell writes: The late J.P. Rushton represents one of the most brilliant, yet oddly obscure, psychologists in the last several decades. Few would deny that Phil Rushton possessed a stunning intellect; his work on human altruism, in fact, … Continue reading

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Phil Rushton’s Rule Of Threes

From Amren in 1994: A comprehensive account of how the races differ, and a provocative theory as to why. Race, Evolution, and Behavior, J. Philippe Rushton, Transaction Publishers, 1995, 334 pp., $34.95. reviewed by Samuel Taylor Race, Evolution, and Behavior … Continue reading

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‘Genetic-Similarity Theory and Ethnic Nationalism’

J. Philippe Rushton gave this talk at the 1998 American Renaissance conference. He discussed the Bnai Menashe, a group in Indian who claim to be Jews and have the Right of Return to Israel. Radio Australia reported in 2012: ROSENBAUM: … Continue reading

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Ethnic nationalism, evolutionary psychology and Genetic Similarity Theory by J. Philippe Rushton

ABSTRACT. Genetic Similarity Theory extends Anthony D. Smith’s theory of ethno-symbolism by anchoring ethnic nepotism in the evolutionary psychology of altruism. Altruism toward kin and similar others evolved in order to help replicate shared genes. Since ethnic groups are repositories … Continue reading

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