On the other end of the spectrum is genetic determinism—the belief that personality and behavioral traits are formed chiefly by an individual’s DNA, and that environment has very little influence. Studies involving identical twins seem to support the claim that genetics play a large role in behavior because identical twins are usually found to be more similar than fraternal twins or regular siblings.
Address the following questions:
Most scientists agree that human personality and behavioral traits are shaped by both genetics and environment; but, if you had to choose between genetics and environment, which one do you think plays the largest role? What logic can you use to support your answer? Identify your argument as either empiricist (supported with empirical evidence) or rationalist (supported by reason) and give 3 supporting claims to back up your assertion.
How does your conclusion affect free will