CRIMINALITY IS GENETIC AND DYSGENIA IS AN INSTITUTIONAL FAILURE
—“No. Steven Pinker explained this very well. If parenting had an effect at all, it would turn up in the shared environment. It doesn’t.”—JayMan @JayMan471
—“How do you explain single mothers parenting vastly increasing incarceration and unsocial behaviour.”— tweeter
1) Mothers do not remarry(control, infantilization) or permit others to parent, fathers do.
2) Single mothers don’t cohabit with grandparents as substitute.
3) Single mothers transfer insecurity to children (instability)
4) Increase in female psychosis under feminism. Tolerance?
—“None of those things.”—JayMan@JayMan471
What is it instead? 😉 because those things compensated for class (genetic) differences. Which is what I assume you’re going to say.
5) school environment exacerbates.
6) pharmaceuticals (and drugs) exacerbate.
7) recent evidence (female) social media.
8) increase in under-lower class size.
So, one can say:
9) increase in anti social behavior.
10) increase in population with it.
11) increase prosecution of it.
Edit: ( 11a. in class sortition bc of colleges, and concentrating dysgenia at the bottom – this one is important. )
12) decrease in institutional means of compensating for it, suppressing it, and preventing it with marriage, family, community, norm, tradition, and institution.
And we can frame the question:
(a) are we more aware of it?
(b) is there more of it (decline)?
(c) are there more people biasing it (population)?
(d) are informal and formal institutions no longer controlling it?
(e) environmental factors (as w/ lead)
(f) all of the above.
I read the same papers everyone else does. the disputes are generally categorized as misinterpretation of the top down correlative and categorical; bottom up constructive and individual; and incentives in the constructive that test both. Unfortunately, full accounting is rare.
So, to deal with pinker’s assertion that it’s purely genetic, sure. The question then is whether we are just more aware of it, just prosecute it more, increasing dysgenia, or we are failing to mask it with institutions.
ie: My original comment’s suggestion: institutions failing.
And again, when Jayman disagrees with me it’s because he jumps to the conclusion that I’m making an argument that I am not. 😉
The argument is: Institutional failure. Because dysgenia at present is caused by institutional failure. All of these causes are institutional failures.