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Embracing intellectual humility: A response to the biopolitics forum

  • Laurette T. Liesen (a1) and Mary Barbara Walsh (a2)
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1. Liesen, Laurette T. and Walsh, Mary, “The competing meanings of ‘biopolitics’ in political science,” Politics and the Life Sciences, 31(1–2), 215.
2. Hannagan, Rebecca J., “Biopolitics via political psychology: Comment in response to Liesen and Walsh,” Politics and the Life Sciences, 32(1): 9093.
3. Hatemi, Peter K., Funk, Carolyn L., Medland, Sarah E., Maes, Hermine M., Silberg, Judy L., Martin, Nicholas G., Eaves, Lindon J., “Genetic and environmental transmission of political attitudes over a lifetime,” Journal of Politics 2009, 71(3): 11411156.
4. Smith, Kevin, Alford, John R., Hatemi, Peter K., Eaves, Lindon J., Funk, Carolyn L., Hibbing, John R., “Biology, ideology, and epistemology: How do we know political attitudes are inherited and why should we care?” American Journal of Political Science 2012, 56(1): 1733.
5. Fletcher, Amy L., “In praise of a modest postmodernism: Comment in response to Liesen and Walsh,” Politics and the Life Sciences, 32(1), 8589.
6. Stewart, Patrick A., “The two cultures of ‘biopolitics’: Comment in response to Liesen and Walsh,” Politics and the Life Sciences, 32(1), 9498.

Embracing intellectual humility: A response to the biopolitics forum

  • Laurette T. Liesen (a1) and Mary Barbara Walsh (a2)
  • In response to commentaries on:

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