This is ONE OF 3 responses to Vol 14 John 7 ("Nature vs. Nurture (AGAIN)")...
Whoa - I guess I was being a little over dramatic in my last card. And after reading it, I can see why you might have thought I was being a hostile. Sorry, but I tend to be a little over dramatic on rare occasions.
The intent of the card was to address the following statement that you made in the previous card: Basic tendencies and behaviors are hardwired in as a result of natural selection (or something like that). I agree that the the equipment (inside and outside) that males and females come with may be biologically different, but I certainly don't agree that males come prewired with certain behaviors and tendencies and females with others.
In fact I think you agreed with me in your immediately prior card (and contradicted your initial card) when you said: "Behavioral differences emerge at a much higher level and thus are influenced by genetics, but not strictly determined in a simple way. " That statement is much different than "Basic tendencies and behaviors are hardwired in as a result of natural selection."