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In this episode, Matthew talks to writer and Darwinian scholar, Paula Wright. Through her MSc in Psychology, Culture and Evolution (Evolutionary Psychology) at Brunel London, Paula has questioned Feminism for ignoring biology and that some forms of Feminism actually restrict female choice. The discussion considers whether Sociology as a discipline is too quick to make the assumption that all behaviour is socially constructed by ignoring biological differences. As Paula notes on her website - 'History has demonstrated many times, that whenever our species attempts to take control of biology and bend it out of shape to ideological goals, human tragedy always follows'.

You can read more from Paula here - https://paulawright.substack.com/ and follow her on twitter - @SexyIsntSexist

In this episode, Matthew talks to writer and Darwinian scholar, Paula Wright. Through her MSc in Psychology, Culture and Evolution (Evolutionary Psychology) at Brunel London, Paula has questioned Feminism for ignoring biology and that some forms of Feminism actually restrict female choice. The discussion considers whether Sociology as a discipline is too quick to make the assumption that all behaviour is socially constructed by ignoring biological differences. As Paula notes on her website - 'History has demonstrated many times, that whenever our species attempts to take control of biology and bend it out of shape to ideological goals, human tragedy always follows'. You can read more from Paula here - https://paulawright.substack.com/ and follow her on twitter - @SexyIsntSexist read more read less

11 months ago #biology, #competition, #darwin, #darwinian, #equality, #feminism, #feminist, #inequality, #natural