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I loved Ridley's "The Red Queen" but I don't think he makes very a persuasive argument in this book.Published 7 months ago by Dwayne
I bought this book for less than the list price, seriously around 5 bucks. That being considered I'm happy with it. It's a pretty well thought out book, and with good info. Read morePublished 8 months ago by William
An outstanding explanation of many important features of humanity. Difficult scientific concepts are described in ways that make sense to non- scientists. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Andrew Potts
Very interesting book. Highlights many "high level" relations in nature that are not normally addressed. Presented in a clear manner.Published 17 months ago by JH
In this book, Ridley, a zoologist by training but with an omnivorous mentality, explores the question of why virtue (as we define it) is an essential and evolved part of human... Read morePublished 18 months ago by T. Edward Fenstermacher
I recommend this book to anyone with an interest in human morality or the general human condition. Fabulous read.Published 18 months ago by A. Trani
Very good summary of some of the new understandings of human evolutionary development resulting from primatological research. Read morePublished on March 25, 2013 by B Leyden
First, I defer and refer to the excellent review penned by "Cebes." I do offer the following additional thoughts though. Read morePublished on February 9, 2013 by Brad M. Purdy