Satoshi Kanazawa


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November 16, 1962

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Satoshi Kanazawa is a Reader in Management at the London School of Economics. His work uses evolutionary psychology to analyse social sciences such as sociology, economics, and anthropology.

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The Intelligence Paradox: W...

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Why Beautiful People Have M...

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“A 'multicultural society' is a logical and physical impossibility.”
Satoshi Kanazawa, Social Class & Social Policy

“There are certain questions that scientists may not ask, or, more accurately, for some questions, there are certain answers that scientists must a priori preclude from consideration.”
Satoshi Kanazawa, Social Class & Social Policy

“Here’s a little thought experiment. Imagine that, on September 11, 2001, when the Twin Towers came down, the President of the United States was not George W. Bush, but Ann Coulter. What would have happened then? On September 12, President Coulter would have ordered the US military forces to drop 35 nuclear bombs throughout the Middle East, killing all of our actual and potential enemy combatants, and their wives and children. On September 13, the war would have been over and won, without a single American life lost.”
Satoshi Kanazawa, Social Class & Social Policy



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