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But I believe that these sorts of models and visualizations are important nulls against which we can judge perturbations.As I said, these methods can confirm rigorously what is already clear intuitively.Finally, perhaps the most underrated and overlooked offering in this genre is Kevin Phillips’ The Cousins’ Wars: Religion, Politics, Civil Warfare, And The Triumph Of Anglo-America.While Woodward focuses on all of North America, and Fisher more narrowly on the four folkways which extend from New England to the Deep South, Phillips’ integrates an American history with a broader narrative that shows the connections to events and processes occurring in the British Isles, and in particular England.The above map is from a new preprint on the patterns of genetic variation as a function of geography for humans, Genetic landscapes reveal how human genetic diversity aligns with geography. It is no great surprise that so many of the barriers correlate with rivers, mountains, and deserts.The authors assemble an incredibly large dataset to generate these figures. But the aim of this sort of work seems to be to make precise and quantitative intuitions which are normally expressed verbally.Because there are so many geographically distributed samples for humans, and frankly some of the best methods developers work with human data (thank you NIH), it is no surprise that our species would be mapped first.
A more scholarly and narrow treatment can be found in David Hackett Fisher’s expansive Albion’s Seed: Four British Folkways in America.
Grand theories of history often have less utility than the claims they make for themselves. But that does not mean that theories of history are useless.
And arguably, Marxism is a classic example in this case too.
The boxes on handcard D1 are arranged so that the first box on the LEFT (which is numbered 1) represents 100% genetic influence (and 0% environment).
The next box (numbered 2) represents 95% genes (and 5% environment), and so on.
These all ask the following question about different scenarios: Character, personality, and many types of behavior are influenced both by the genes people inherit from their parents and by what they learn and experience as they grow up.