I love equality and do not believe in discrimination in any way shape or form. To discriminate is just plain wrong and such actions should not be done – ever — under any circumstance.
A lot of social scientists are concerned that when this topic is discussed, it is so oversimplified that it is actually talked about in a manner that conflicts with accepted scientific and philosophical logic constructs – which causes problems for those arguing in support of equality when argued at the PHD or philosophical level.
I was very intrigued by this idea and decided to look deeper into it from a technical standpoint.
My research has lead me to discover that many folks in the realm of the academic elite are starting to ascribe the following phrase to the topic:
“It is possible for something to be discussed in a manner that is so oversimplified and the technical specifics are so misunderstood that ultimately what you are talking about has nothing to do with the actual topic.”
Naturally, I wanted to find out more and have stumbled upon the following two videos.
These first is a discussion hosted by a leading Stanford University PHD.
The second is a follow-up question and answer session that gets into the technical specifics of the topic being discussed in the first video.
Both are extremely interesting and have a significant impact on how this topic is handled at levels of academia where public policy and similar things are developed.