Taking Darwin seriously: a naturalistic approach to philosophy
Since its original publication, Taking Darwin Seriously has established itself as one of the most important works of evolutionary naturalism since Charles Darwin's Origin of Species over a century ago. Applying evolutionary biology to philosophical problems of epistemology and ethics, it definitively establishes a naturalistic approach to our understanding of life's major problems. Updated with a new preface and a final chapter that addresses the most recent developments in and popular attacks on contemporary evolution, this is an essential work for those interested in the implications of modern Darwinism - especially human sociobiology - for questions in the theory of knowledge and of moral behaviour and thought. Written in a style accessible to both the professional and the general reader, Taking Darwin Seriously is intended as a direct challenge to all who would push creationism as a credible alternative to scientific evolution in public schools, universities, and as a general theory for public consumption.
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Review: Taking Darwin Seriously: A Naturalistic Approach to PhilosophyUser Review - Jim - Goodreads
Dumbed down too much, and a lot of typos. Plus, Ruse has the habit of excluding page numbers in his references, which I find sloppy. Read full review
Review: Taking Darwin Seriously: A Naturalistic Approach to PhilosophyUser Review - Charles - Goodreads
Excellent work on the philosophical side of evolutionary science. Read full review
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