The Collapse of Darwinism
is an important, learned, and strikingly original book that not only challenges the foundations of one of the 'big ideas' of the modern world—natural selection—but also offers a fresh and exciting new perspective on the dynamics of life. A product of its author's years of detailed study of dynamic systems in both the natural and human world, Snooks' new realist theory of life stands as an impressive intellectual achievement. Its many powerful insights will be of great interest not only to biologists, but to philosophers, sociologists, and economists as well. (Gary B. Magee, University of Melbourne)The Collapse of Darwinism
offers not only a thorough review and criticism of the concepts of Darwinism, but also a comprehensive framework that is aimed at replacing them. In my opinion the publication of this book is a timely (and long overdue) step in the study of evolution, for it presents a ground-breaking and highly innovative approach. (Bertrand Roehner, Institute for Theoretical and High Energy Physics, University of Paris)
About the Author
Graeme D. Snooks
is a Research Professor at Australian National University.