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Consilience The Unity of Knowledge

By: Edward O Wilson(Author)
374 pages, no illustrations
Publisher: Abacus
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  • Consilience ISBN: 9780349111124 Paperback Nov 1999 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 5 days
  • Consilience ISBN: 9780316645690 Hardback Dec 1998 Out of Print #85250
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In a book that will stand as one of the greatest of the last 20 years, Wilson magisterially anticipates the convergence of scientific and humane knowledge in a synthesis which will transform our lives.

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Edward O. Wilson was Curator in Entomology at the Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard with which he was connected since 1953. He twice won the Pulitzer Prize, for On Human Nature and The Ants.

By: Edward O Wilson(Author)
374 pages, no illustrations
Publisher: Abacus
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"There's a new Darwin. His name is Edward O. Wilson."
– Tom Wolfe

"Edward O. Wilson seems to me the most important active naturalist we still have with us. It's not for nothing that he is a world expert on both ants and evolution. We really cannot do withou such intelligences as his. He makes one proud to be the same species."
– John Fowles

"You can't fault his prose [...] This is science written with the passion of a zealot."
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