Sunday, March 1, 2009

Octagalore's blog version

Here is a hostile 'break down' of the famous "working lunch" talk.  This sheds some light on the variance issue but makes the whole sound more serious than it was, leaving out disclaimers and pleas for rebuttal.

The blog includes links to other relevant material:  [I]n the aftermath of the Summers remarks there was an interesting debate between Harvard psychology professors Elizabeth Spelke and Steven Pinker about the subject of "The Science of Gender and Science".
This is the transcript,
 and there is a streaming video (real video) of the lecture available here

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