ForgedinHell wrote:Intellectual history? Now, I'll assume you are a man, given your sexist comments against women. As a result, since your statements are irrational, you provide some evidence that men are not intellectually superior to women. It's hard to imagine any woman writing anything dumber than you have. Let's just take one of your many idiotic statements, and use it to show your irrational thought process. You made the statement that intellectual history shows men are superior to women. Science teaches us, however, that correlation is not causation. In a world where women were denied education, job opportunities, and were discriminated against, one would expect that there would be fewer women intellectuals than men. At the same time, one would expect two other findings: 1. Those women who are educated, that they will perform as well as men. 2. As women are allowed increasing access to education and employment opportunities, they would perform as well as men. That is exactly what we find. Therefore, when you merely comment that women had fewer successes in the past than men, you failed to logically look at the evidence.
There is no evidence that men are superior to women intellectually. There is evidence that men and women think differently about some subjects, with some advantages going to women, others to men, and also the evidence shows that there are many exceptions to this rule.
Hatred often stems from ignorance, and you are a brilliant example of this.
What nonsense... what bla...
There's that famous equation again; 'whoever disagrees with my ignorance = ignorant = haters'. How convenient.
I'm posting an excerpt from an 'anti-semite'/nazi, since that is what You Tend to Call Everyone Anyway!
"If one alludes to history as the chief witness for the absence of strength, type forming, in women, then they complain about the violent repression which has hindered them, without noticing that this concession alone is decisive. The greatest male geniuses have often been children of poverty and oppression, but nevertheless they have grown to become rulers and shapers of men. There is more falsehood than truth in the assertion that, historically, women have been oppressed. Even in the gloomy middle ages, noble women enjoyed a better education than the knights who rode out to battle and adventure. They also had leisure enough to study anatomy and astronomy at the household hearth. But never from the midst of these women has there emerged a Walther von der Vogelweide or aWolfram. There was no Roger Bacon who was hunted through all of Europe by the church. No woman became one of the founders of our science. Woman could not create because she lacked the conceptualisation which is native only to man. There is no magic or power that permits creativity. It is simply a gift given only to man, never women.
Greece gave intellectual freedom to the hetairai, if not to the wife. Nevertheless, apart from the lyrically sexual Sappho, nothing noteworthy happened. This freedom of women was far more a clear sign of Hellenic decline. The Renaissance also gave women equalopportunities with men. Women such as Vittoria Colonna, Lucrezia Borgia, are known only to us, not because of their own deeds, butbecause of the way they were immortalised by men such as Michael Angelo. Woman has simply failed to produce or create lasting values of genius.The intrusion of the woman’s movement into the collapsing world of the 19th century has taken place on a broad front. This female liberation program has, by natural necessity, entered into a mutually reinforcing alliance with all other forces of disintegration—withworld trade, democracy, Marxism and Parliamentarianism. The enormous industry of woman in all domains has been given only amodest display when deeds and victories were counted. There are only a few significant women: Sonya Kowalewsky; Madame Curie, whose genius suddenly vanished when her husband was run over in a street accident; and a legendary inventress of the sewing machine. Otherwise, although there has been a succession of competent women physicians, art and crafts women, female secretaries, scholars andnatural scientists, none has produced synthesis.The science of emancipation declares that the so called female qualities have been merely called forth due to the thousand year oldrule by men. When woman ruled, as had occurred at times, female qualities were formed in the man. Therefore only sex could be evaluated. This logic is just as typical as it is widespread. Essentially, it springs from the dusty milieu theory, according to which man is nothing other than a product of his environment." [Rosenberg, Myth of the 20th Century]