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You will not look at life the same after reading this book.
Dawkins also says that humans have a conscious and are one of the first organisms that can act independently from their selfish genes in thought and action.
The whole book is written in an engaging and clear style that it is very easy to read.
I borrowed this book from the library. The book is not an easy read. It is one of those books that you need to give your full attention to if you wish to actually understand it. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Angela C.
Concept is well worth reading. Representing the stage of Dawkins in earlier stage of career. The book is too long for the non-biologists; lack of today's pictures and explanation... Read morePublished 5 days ago by Tom
Couldn't get in-to it from the get-go. Hard to read-like walking in mud "slow and hard"Published 8 days ago by Leslie A Snyder
Loved it! Richard Dawkins makes a very strong argument on the Selfish Gene Theory here. I highly recommend this book for anyone who wishes to understand life from a different... Read morePublished 9 days ago by Jason Naylor
It's an interesting and thought provoking perspective on evolutionary trajectory and the survival constraints of the natural world. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Hans Carter
I really enjoyed reading it. It gave me a new appreciation of the evolution of the genePublished 10 days ago by Solomon A.