A wonderfully iconoclastic attack on the cult of Neo-Darwinism by an atheist philosopher. Stove does a wonderful job of highlighting the cracks not so much in evolutionary theory... Read morePublished 8 days ago by Andy Bannister
There is no legimate argument about anything in this book. Even at the time that it was written, to bash on Dawkins and pretend that you are taking a novel stand was pretty... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Nathan R.
Excellent critique of Darwinian thought by a noted philosopher. He discusses the in-depth inadequacies of Darwinian thought with regard to humans. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Steve Anderson
Stove's wonderful. The first essay alone is worth the Kindle price, and you get ten extra that are just as good. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Walt Pimbley
"Even if such a tribe could somehow continue in existence, it is extremely difficult to imagine how our species, as we now know it to be, could ever have graduated from so very... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Geneticist
This book is a great book. Maybe most people should not read it.
Creationists should not read it, because they are going to take the shallowest possible view of it, and... Read more
Stove is an agnostic philosopher of science. He examines many modern sociobiological theories advanced by Darwinians. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Mike Chartowich
Excellent service. A thoroughly enjoyable read. Especially well done was the author's exposition of the Cambrian explosion, an issue seldom noted by many Darwinists. Thank you.Published 14 months ago by Ronald E. Iden
This is an excellent book, but don't expect an easy read as with any philosopher. Stone's main point, which he trots out about a dozen times before the last page, is that humans... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Aramovich