John Lemos is a formidable philosopher. When he lectured on free will he turned me from a firm believer in free will into at least a doubter, if not a pre-destinationalist. He wrote a damn good book here. He also is in pretty good shape, although last time we wrestled I choked him into submission ... from the BOTTOM! He needs to stop running, biking and swimming so much and write more great stuff like this book. He also has a beautiful wife and a family big enough to field a basketball squad (barely). I am not sure that supports his position on Darwinism.
Evolution to many conflicts with many preexisting beliefs, or does it really? "Commonsense Darwinism: Evolution, Morality, and the Human Condition" discusses Darwinism and where it conflicts with many existing beliefs such as religion, free will, and other factors. John Lemos proposes that Darwinism does none of those things, and provides many thoughts and reasons why. "Commonsense Darwinism" is a scholarly and philosophical read that shouldn't be missed by those critical of Darwinist beliefs.