Peter Corning is the director of the Institute for the Study of Complex Systems, a one-time writer for Newsweek and professor at Stanford University, and the author of several books.
This book does a good job of assembling information from many different fields on how society should care for all members. Very Lucid.Published 18 months ago by Duns Scotus
Which is better? Capitalism? Socialism? Neither, says Peter Corning. Bringing to bear evidence from multiple disciplines--economics, political science, anthropology, biology, among... Read morePublished on March 26, 2012 by Steven A. Peterson
Corning attempts to provide a theory that will support a move beyond the tired battles between left and right in our national debates over public economic policies. Read morePublished on March 20, 2012 by Illiniguy71
The book was so-so. I really do not think his arguments were that convincing and he spent an awful lot of time running through the evolutionary psyche of homo sapiens. Read morePublished on December 3, 2011 by TK
Here in one book is the essence of a lifelong education in social, political, and economic theory, viewed through the lens of today's best biological understanding of human nature. Read morePublished on October 29, 2011 by Michael Dowd
Peter Corning is a distinguished evolutionary biologist who has spent much of his research life investigating the implications of evolutionary biology for human social life. Read morePublished on October 9, 2011 by Herbert Gintis
the book is good, the the service is good.
book is easily read, smooth reading with comfortable character size. it's good for beginner to political science.
In an era where the term "socialism" is seen as an epithet, yet where "free market" capitalism seems to give license to "moral monsters" running rampant by destroying savings and... Read morePublished on June 12, 2011 by Patrick A. Stewart