Edward O. Wilson is a most unusual scientist and a rare human being.
I am surprised that Wilson does not tackle it, especially as he seems to claim that one day there will be no questions at all that science cannot answer.
Our future is entirely up to us." Find a place to start, in some small way, to make the world a little better.
Very informative a interesting book a little over my head but lots of new information to me to think about.Published 1 month ago by dpopl4ama
I was intrigued with the idea that he would talk about ways for ideas from the humanities and arts would come together with science, now that we've had some time for evolution and... Read morePublished 4 months ago by A. E. Burtlebe
I wanted this book to live up to its title. The subject is exceptionally important at this point in our history, and it is questionable whether anyone else might have done as well... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Walter J. Smith
One of my favorite books. I have purchased multiple copies for friends, family, and co-workers. E.O. Read morePublished 5 months ago by mp mcgrath
I have been interested in interdisciplinarity for many years, and have struggled with the right words to describe my belief that the connections between fields -- including the... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Brendan P.
Mostly known as one of the world's great experts on ants, E. O. Wilson seems to toss off other little books in his spare time, and they revolutionize the thinking about humanity's... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Xander Barthes
This is the kind of book you can open anywhere & become interested. Sounds like its for egg heads, but don't be offput. I love it enough to have it on my coffee table. Read morePublished 18 months ago by CowgirlBabs
Your reaction to this difficult read will depend on your starting point. If you are reasonably scientifically literate and fairly widely read, the concept of consilience will not... Read morePublished 19 months ago by B. Newman
The lateral and unifying thoughts of a great thinking scientist. I could spend hours on just considering one page. It's invigorating.Published 19 months ago by UltraFeedback