Edited By: Connie Barlow
333 pages, 72 illus
This is a controversial anthology of writings and is intended as a sequel to the author's previous work, From Gaia to Selfish Genes. It includes work from the likes of Richard Dawkins, EO Wilson, Peter Medawar, T Dobzhansky, De Chardin, and Julian Huxley, and tackles the problem of evolution in relation to religion, containing work by scientific atheists, creation scientists and religious evolutionists. Very thought provoking with a good balance of materials.
`A valuable introduction to many old controversies and a few new ones' - Nature
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