Not all anthropologists deny the reality of race

Mathilda at Mathilda’s Anthropology blog quotes a new paper which she describes as

Yet another nail in the coffin of “genetics has proved there’s no such thing as race.” …

I’ve noticed that on the no-race side of the fence, they constantly focus on genotypic variation, which is a bit of a red herring as it is phenotypic variation that really defines a race or sub species. Which is more or less what this essay points out.

Posted by Lawrence Auster at December 29, 2009 10:16 AM | Send

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