Some say that it is unfair to exclude or downgrade certain favored concepts advanced by minorities into which I place women for purposes of this opinion. To this claim of unfairness I ask: Is it unfair to hold out against religions that practice dark age barbarism, misogyny, and adherence to the demand that all independence of individuals be surrendered to the demands of some dark age prophet?
Must society consent to the feminization of our armed forces even though women lack the physical strength of men? IQ is the measure of one's capacity to deal with complexity; and degree of "success" in life is usually proportional to IQ score. It has been shown that some races possess higher mean, bell-curve IQs than others. Jews and East Asians tend to score above Hispanics and Blacks.
For example It has become obvious that Jews and East Asians qualify in much higher numbers for entry into intellectually demanding American universities than do Blacks and Hispanics. Therefore why shouldn't high intellectual merit be placed in positions of responsibility, over applicants who have less?
Over the centuries our U. Additionally, until recently we have been unencumbered by restrictions on what we as individual can say. Such has begun to be undone especially on university campuses. Our society has made it anathema to speak of or otherwise recognize racial differences of most types, except in the game of basketball. I also submit that Western Civilization is superior and must be protected.
Beyond All Reason by Daniel A. Farber and Suzanna Sherry
The book pertains to American Law. All that I have stated above fits into that category. With a clarity and unpretentious use of language, with thoughtful supply of definitions, and the presentation of a methodical and structured argument Farber and Sherry take on the obscurantism and pretentious polemics of post-modern "scholarship".
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While their arguments and marshalling of facts are impressive, their style and form is also exemplary of the best in Western enlightened tradition. This book, while well written and easy to follow, only rings true if the reader has an incomplete understanding of Critical Race Theorists those who the authors deem "Radical Multiculturalists". Their explanation of Critical Race Theory is only half-finished at best, and at worst it's downright misleading. The book is filled with conclusions that Farber and Sherry argue are the only logical answers to "Radical Multiculturalist" claims.
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In reality these Critical Race Theory claims should lead to very different conclusions that have been more fully explained elsewhere, but are blatantly ignored here. But if we are ever to strive for real objectivity in the law what Farber and Sherry claim to be defending , we must acknowledge that the "Reasonable Man" of the Enlightenment needs to be seriously reexamined as a perspective that is inadequate for serving everyone in our diverse country. Please look into Critical Race Theory scholarship and take part in both sides of this debate.
I think you will find that the critique of the other side is not the "Radical Assault on Truth" that Farber and Sherry think it is, but rather a valid, scholarly, critical take on how our legal system ACTUALLY functions which is not currently in a state of objectivity. See all 8 reviews. Most recent customer reviews.
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Far from making society more humane and less oppressive, radical multiculturalism is destructive of dialogue and community.