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Absolutely brilliant. A clear-eyed look at who we are and where we come from.Published 1 month ago by Patrick
This is a terrific read for anyone, especially those in the sciences but really for anyone who wants a broader view of how the evolutionary process(and the seemingly infinite... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Tony
Reviewed by Dr. Andrea Diem-Lane
Daniel Dennett breaks his book up into three sections: the first deals with exactly what Darwin's dangerous idea is; the second section... Read more
I am a simpleton. My biology grade was something to blush about, and if I had this book 40 years ago when I was studying the basics of biology I would have tried for an A plus. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Pieter Reyneke
I wish I had gone to Tufts University and taken one of Prof. Dennett's courses. The meticulousness, good humor and sheer tenacity of his approach to a topic makes all his books a... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Jeff B.
This is a serious read for those seeking to understand the ramifications of Darwin's idea. Dennett is a philosopher, not a biologist, but he understands science. Read morePublished 9 months ago by A. Forsyth
Although a 521 page book, I felt as if I read a 900+ page book. This is probably because I frequently reread through sections for a more concise understanding. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Mike Morgenstein