So there’s a common argument against the HBD stance that different groups have (or can have) differences in IQ that goes like so:
It’s pointless to discuss differences in IQ across groups if the differences between IQs in-group are larger than those across groups.
That has always been a strong argument for me, but I just thought of a possible counter.
Women are widely accepted to be less physically strong than men, and this is a difference that has real-world implications. But this is true despite the fact that the span in strength between a strong woman and a weak woman is no-doubt greater than that between an average man and an average woman.
What’s the anti-HBD response to this?