Darwin's Dangerous Idea: Evolution and the Meanins of Life
In a book that is both groundbreaking and accessible, Daniel C. Dennett, whom Chet Raymo of The Boston Globe calls "one of the most provocative thinkers on the planet," focuses his unerringly logical mind on the theory of natural selection, showing how Darwin's great idea transforms and illuminates our traditional view of humanity's place in the universe. Dennett vividly describes the theory itself and then extends Darwin's vision with impeccable arguments to their often surprising conclusions, challenging the views of some of the most famous scientists of our day.
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Review: Darwin's Dangerous Idea: Evolution and the Meanings of LifeUser Review - Neal Aggarwal - Goodreads
Read this as part of my read-a-book-a-day endeavour. Fabulous as all Dennetts writing are. His take on evolution as a repeating, simple algorithm resonates with me as I work on genetic programming ... Read full review
Review: Darwin's Dangerous Idea: Evolution and the Meanings of LifeUser Review - Dave Peticolas - Goodreads
A book about the philosophical implications of Darwinism. Written with humor and keen insight, this book has many good references for further reading. I read this book with great interest because one ... Read full review
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