About the Author
Roger Highfield is the editor of New Scientist magazine. He has written or coauthored six popular science books, two of which have been bestsellers.
Superb presentation about cooperation at all possible levels. Best I ever read.Published 2 months ago by Jean Bourdeau
Nice information, but I think most of the stories about his personal life and colleagues were unnecessaryPublished 2 months ago by Hugo Fernandez Salinas
Nowak is a respected Harvard professor of mathematical biology with numerous well regarded publications. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Featherless Biped
Very clever book from a modern mathematician (sometimes too self-convinced), who studies complex evolutionary dynamics through formal modeling, with considerable results. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Pedro Demo
Martin Nowak demonstrates in a variety of ways the patterns of cooperative behavior in nature in general and Homo sapiens in particular. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Donald C. Maldari, S.J.
One of the best pop-science books I have ever read. I purchased it a couple of years ago, then lost, and now want to have a spare hard copy to re-read and pass to the children... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Andrew
An overview of Nowak's work, but not of the study of cooperation. Nowak is a leading figure in this field, but his ideas are challenged by many, and he repeatedly overstates his... Read morePublished 20 months ago by joe shla
I have not read the whole book yet. But very much recommend it as a well developed hypothesis about how somewhere lies a brighter instinct for collective survival. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Javier Angel Alvarez