…h (for example for language). Refusing to acknowledge our genetic endowment is also very dangerous. There's vast literature on the topic of nature vs nurture. They often interact and their relationship is very complex. It's important to analyze the whole picture.
Yes good point, and agree with you on that note. However, when you write phrases like "biological preprogram" and when you allude to "learning styles", such things evoke a long problematic history of human learning and misapplication and mismeasurement of human learning and capability. From what you wrote the notion of "interaction" was overshadowed by your allusion to innate intelligence. Hence I wrote "reeks".