Beyond Nature and Nurture: Conceiving a Better Way to Understand Genes and Memes

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Cambridge Scholars, 2006 - Science - 237 pages
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Why are some individuals relatively more successful than others in achievement? And why are some countries (or regions), for that matter, relatively more successful than others in development?

Contrary to the conventional wisdom held by many, Dr. Baofu argues that the nature-nurture debate is misleading and faulty, since his transcendent approach is to show how and why the two are closely intertwined in producing the behavioral differences as often seen in individual human endeavors on the micro scale, and for that matter, in country (or regional) endeavors on the macro onewithout, however, committing the compromise fallacy as often seen in an in-between alternative.

The debate also obscures something more tremendous in the long run, in relation to the emergence of what Dr. Baofu originally proposed as the post-human world that humans have never known, when human genes will no longer exist. Human genes have their days numbered.

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About the author (2006)

Dr. Baofu is the author of many books in a wide range of fields. He earned an entry to the list of prominent and emerging writers in Contemporary Authors (2005) and was a U.S. Fulbright Scholar in the Far East. He had taught as a professor at different universities in Western Europe, the Caucasus, the Middle East, Central Asia, and North America. He finished more than 5 academic degrees, including a Ph.D. from M.I.T., and was a summa cum laude graduate.

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