The mirage of a space between nature and nurture /
Prominent historian of science considers how the opposition between nature (understood to be genetic or innate) and nurture (understood as acquired or environmental) came to be such an entrenched part of scientific and social ways of thinking.
Durham [N.C.] :
Duke University Press,
|Series:||e-Duke books scholarly collection.
Table of Contents:
- Nature and nurture as alternatives
- Changing the question to one that does make sense : from trait to trait difference
- From individuals to populations
- What's to be done?