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> There is no biological reductionism. I recommend Lynch's treatment of this
> difference in regard to homosexuality in Thought Contagion.
Thanks for the reference.
Before you swallow all that stuff whole, I'd recommend you take look at
which shows that the Thought Contagionist view of this subject is
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