|Subject:||Re: [Haskell-cafe] Are there any female Haskellers?|
|From:||"Alberto G. Corona "|
|Date:||Sat, 27 Mar 2010 20:00:16 +0100|
To say this in scientific headline jargon, It´s a matter of division of work, time, and dimorphic fixation of abilities in the brain by natural selection trough dimorphic development of the brain of men and women by different genetic sequences. I don´t know any kind of tool more flexible and powerful than a computer language. Men are good at making tools and using them. They invested more in engineering because this activity were more critical for their success than in the case of women. Sociological or cultural explanations don´t explain the universal tendencies and habilities across cultures and time.
The reasons for the sexual differences in mathematical abilities are different, because math abilities are not a -primary- reason for survival. Tools engineering and mastering is. If this is politically incorrect I beg you pardon, but this is my honest theory about that. My other hobby is evolution and evolutionary psichology. I really recommend to learn about it.
Hope that this cold answer don't end this funny thread ;(
2010/3/27 Jason Dagit <dagit@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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