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I started reading the book in the car when I walked out of the bookstore.
Because he writes so clearly, his colleagues and students learn from him with ease; because he writes so entertainingly, they thoroughly enjoy the learning process.
This is an excellent collection of essays by people who are fans of Dawkins as well as some who are a bit skeptical.
I think Richard Dawkins is one of the most gifted and brilliant scientist that I've read. His books finally convinced to becoming an Atheist after belng Catholic for decadesPublished 2 months ago by anthony chapman
This is an excellent collection of essays by people who are fans of Dawkins as well as some who are a bit skeptical. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Rohit
This book is praiseworthy for its account of the evolutionary brilliance of Richard Dawkins, even though reputable biologists question his invention of the "meme", which he uses... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Clifford J. Stevens
Richard Dawkins is one of the most well-known scientists and public intellectuals in the world. His most important idea is that the mechanism of Evolution works at the level of... Read morePublished on July 28, 2011 by Shalom Freedman
Much Darwin and Dawkins hero worship here. An extremely tedious book. Daniel Dennett perhaps makes the most interesting contribution. Read morePublished on July 11, 2011 by Johns
I particularly applaud Ruse's statement -- contrary to the position of such nonsensical alternative medicine systems as 'naturopathy' -- that vitalism is profoundly nonscientific,... Read morePublished on November 8, 2008 by Robert J. Cullen
I can't help but feel that the reviews thus far for this book have only been favorable due to the contributions that Dawkins himself has made to the field of evolutionary... Read morePublished on January 23, 2007 by Gene Lathe
If you have read Richard's books over the years, you will enjoy reading some other prominent peoples' opinions. I am now re-reading "The selfish gene"Published on November 10, 2006 by John Whitewood
The subtitle, after the title naming the subject of the tributes, says: "HOW A SCIENTIST CHANGED THE WAY WE THINK". Who is "WE"? Certainly not anyone. Read morePublished on November 6, 2006 by Paul Vjecsner