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Essays on Western Origins and Institutions from an Evolutionary Perspective
The Antislavery Movement as an Expression of the Eighteenth-Century Affective Revolution in England: An Ethnic Hypothesis. In Michael Austin & Kathryn Stasio (Eds.), Reasoning Beasts: Evolution, Cognition and Culture in the Long Eighteenth Century. New York: AMS Press, 2017.
The Indo-European Genetic and Cultural Legacy in Europe. The Occidental Quarterly 17, no. 1 (Spring, 2017): 3-33.
The Church in European History: Review of Larry Siedentop's Inventing the Individual: The Origins of Westerrn Liberalism, The Occidental Quarterly 16, no. 4 (Winter, 2016-2017), 92-114.
Video of a talk titled "Psychological Mechanisms of Western Dispossession," with an emphasis on Individualism, Sweden, April 18, 2015
Downloadable PowerPoint slide show accompanying this talk.
The High Mindedness of the British: Review of David Hackett Fischer's Fairness and Freedom: A History of Two Open Societies, New Zealand and the United States. The Occidental Quarterly 12 (3) Fall, 2012, 75-91.
The Origins of the Catholic Church as Reactive Anti-Semitism in the Late Roman Empire: Chapter 3 of Separation and Its Discontents
Review of Ricardo Duchesne's The Uniqueness of Western Civilization. The Occidental Quarterly, 11(3), Fall, 2011
Why are Professors Liberals? — A Corroboration of The Culture of Critique. The Occidental Quarterly, 10(2), Summer 2010.
Libertarianism and White Racial Nationalism. The Occidental Quarterly, 10(4), Spring, 2011
Psychology and White Ethnocentrism.The Occidental Quarterly, 6(4), Winter, 2006-07, 7-46.
The Utter Normality Of Ethonationalism—Except For Whites VDARE, March 27, 2008.
Can the Jewish Model Help the West Survive? The Occidental Quarterly, 4(4), Winter, 2004-2005.
Why We Write. The Occidental Quarterly, 7(4), Winter, 2007-2008.
American Transcendentalism: An indigenous culture of critique. The Occidental Quarterly 8, 91-106, Summer, 2008.
The Church and anti-Semitism — again. The Occidental Observer, February 2, 2009
What Makes Western Culture Unique? Occidental Quarterly, Vol. 2(2), Summer 2002: 9-38.
The Establishment and Maintenance of Socially Imposed Monogamy in Western Europe. HTML File. Politics and the Life Sciences, 14, 3-23, 1995.
Commentaries by Laura Betzig, Monique Borgerhoff Mulder, James A. Brundage, Ulrich Mueller, Frank Salter, John M. Strate, and David Sloan Wilson; Response by K. MacDonald: Politics and the Life Sciences, 14, 24-46, 1995.
Focusing on the Group: Further Issues Related to Western Monogamy. Politics and the Life Sciences, 14, 38-46, 1995. (This is my reply to the comments mentioned in the previous reference.)
Mechanisms of sexual egalitarianism in Western Europe. Ethology and Sociobiology, 11, 195–238, 1990.
Production, social controls and ideology: Toward a sociobiology of the phenotype. Journal of Social and Biological Structures, 6, 297–317, 1983.