William R. Cagle

Peer Reviewed

Abstract: If IQ is inherited, as some psychologists claim, then Johann Kepler must have been the product of a recessive gene from some bygone generation of his family. If there is any truth in the theory that intelligence is the product of one’s environment, on the other hand, then it is obvious that Johann Kepler was not acquainted with that theory. If ever genius sprang from an unpromising environment it did so in the case of the young future astronomer.
Published in: NAVIGATION: Journal of the Institute of Navigation, Volume 4, Number 7
Pages: 278 - 280
Cite this article: Cagle, William R., "KEPLER", NAVIGATION: Journal of The Institute of Navigation, Vol. 4, No. 7, 1955, pp. 278-280.
Full Paper: ION Members/Non-Members: 1 Download Credit
Sign In