This page contains links to replies to various critics I have had on my writings related to Jewish issues. It also contains commentary on my work.
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commentary on my work on Jews
George Michael, a political scientist at the University of Virginia-Wise, has written an academic article summarizing my writing on Judaism. It also reviews some of the criticisms leveled at my work, and contains an interview with me.
Michael, G. (2006). Professor Kevin MacDonald's Critique of Judaism: Legitimate Scholarship or the Intellectualization of Anti-Semitism? Journal of Church and State, 48(4), 778–806.
Is Kevin MacDonald Right? | Wrestling with Derbyshire's Law | There is No Cabal | Be Nice, or We'll Crush You | The Jewish Media Goliath | A Black and a Chinaman Walk Into a Bar... | A Break from Hooray-for-us Historiography | War-Winning, Disease-Curing, And Life-Improving |
→ Reply to Eric P. Kaufmann on VDARE.com (follows Kaufmann's article)
→ Wikipedia has two articles on me, the main one listed under my name, Kevin B. MacDonald, and another listed under The Culture of Critique series. Both contain negative assertions about my work by John Tooby, Steven Pinker, Jaff Schatz, and David Lieberman. My replies to these comments can be accessed via the above links (1.Tooby and Pinker; 2. Schatz and Lieberman).
→ Response to John Derbyshire's review of The Culture of Critique appearing in The American Conservative, March 10, 2003.
→ Derbyshire's follow-up comments.
→ Paul Gottfried's review of The Culture of Critique in Chronicles and our subsequent exchange.
→ Response to Paul H. Rubin's critique in his book, Darwinian Politics: The Evolutionary Origin of Freedom (New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 2002). Evolutionary Strategies of Ethnocentric Behavior, The Occidental Quarterly 4(1), Spring 2004.
→ Comment on Ilana Mercer's 'Blame the Jews': World Net Daily, Sept. 29, 2003.