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Clinton Richard Dawkins (born 1941) is an English ethologist and evolutionary biologist, as well as an emeritus fellow of New College, Oxford. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Steven H Propp
Dawkins if kinda dry, but he really makes smart and inteligent sense.Published 6 days ago by Brian Holdstock
My favorite aspects of this book are the experiments that Dawkins explains. He explains throughout the text that the point of the book is to lay out the empirical evidence for... Read morePublished 24 days ago by Corey S.
Perfection! All of Dawkins works are relevant and leave no doubt about human existence. There is a liberation after reading his material, every one of his books are a must read.Published 26 days ago by Gidget
When evolutionists say evolution has a massive amount of evidence, they aren't kidding! Dawkins's book gives you a great variety of evidence for evolution. Read morePublished 28 days ago by Jakob
One of my all time favorite books.Richard Dawkins is one of if not my favorite writersPublished 1 month ago by Jacob G. Bowers
I find it impossible to believe that any denier could read this book and not be convinced. Never have I read a book on this topic so engaging and so complete.Published 1 month ago by zuluwhiskey
Let there be no doubt, Dawkins is the KING of evolutionary theory. A little slow out of the gates but once you're into the book you can't put it down.Published 1 month ago by christopher griffitts