…r relevant keywords) in the memo/essay/”manifesto” just to make sure I haven’t overlooked anything. It appears nowhere in the entire text, which is strange for a document that, according to you, defends some version of the idea that women and men have biologically different math aptitudes.
Right, so the point is the manifesto cannot defend it because if you haven’t said anything empirical in math, you’ve said nothing. So he’s said nothing of any substance and didn’t use even a semi-scientific approach, in a company that uses scientific approaches. That isn’t up for debate.
I bid you adieu.