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About my libraryBroad Interests by subject: Differential Psychology, Behaviour Genetics, Political Philosophy, 19th century Russian Literature, South African literature, Mathematics, English literature.

Special interests: Francis Galton (see my site http://galton.org), Richard Francis Burton (see my site http://burtoniana.org).

Literature by author: Dostoevsky, Tolstoy, Turgenev, Herman Charles Bosman, Evelyn Waugh, DH Lawrence, James Joyce, Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn.

GroupsExclusive Africa, George Orwell, J. M. Coetzee fan club, Mathematics, South Africa, Travel and Exploration literature

Favorite authorsHerman Charles Bosman, Sir Richard Francis Burton, Fyodor Dostoevsky, George Orwell, Ivan Turgenev (Shared favorites)

Homepagehttp://galton.org

Real nameGavan Tredoux

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Member sinceNov 26, 2007

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Hey there, I noticed you have a pretty deep interest in the nature-nurture debate, and happen to have a copy of the pretty rare "Straight Talk about Mental Tests", which I got in the mail just about a week ago, so I was wondering- what's your overall position in this whole realm of thought? I'm pretty much of a middle-ground view on the whole thing, and intensely dislike both hereditarianism and environmentalism.
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