Moral Strumpet

Moral Strumpet : Women & Everyone Else

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Tick, tock, we copy a clock. This story begins with Galton and ends with economist Gregory Clark. 1) Networks in your mind mean that "you" is always plural, "I" never exists, and stories you tell shift from moment to moment. 2) Differences between men and women, seeded in the womb, make individualists or collectivists. 3) One irony: Genes implanted in women by grand- fathers produce mothers who obey and brag about a leash that ties them to their child. 4) A second irony: Women make fences for sons and lovers. Male influences, thus, lead to control of future males! 5) Women lie for their own benefit and that of a son or husband. For particles or people, similar rules apply: Similar- ity leads to organizations that later fracture during encounters with disaster or with changes in the weather. Conclusion: Old Jews were correct . . . someone will always play his fiddle.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 374 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 21mm | 549g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1508649553
  • 9781508649557

About James Brody Ph D

An evolutionary clinical psychologist, scientist (psychopharmacology, bipolar disorder, ADHD, mental retardation), painter, sculptor, & photographer - a "pattern-maker" with 35 years clinical experience. Published & developed courses on evolution, behavior genetics, twins, morals, and ADHD.show more