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Martin Pribble Martin Pribble said: "At about the half-way point, I love the way this book presents the information in it. It's so well balanced that Michael Shermer could never be accused of addressing his subject matter emotionally. While tackling subjects like Creationism and group b...more "

 

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"Douglas wrote: "This actually looks to be quite interesting."

Yeah it is, and written in such a way that I was not bored for even half a sentence.
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The Social Conquest of Earth by Edward O. Wilson
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The Social Conquest of Earth by Edward O. Wilson
The Social Conquest of Earth
by Edward O. Wilson
read in September, 2013
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Fantastic. A must read.

I am aware of a conflict between Wilson and Dawkins over "group vs individual" selection, but knowing this doesn't diminish the joy i experienced whilst reading this.

Also there is some controversy among anthropologists as to Wi...more
The Language Instinct by Steven Pinker
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Unweaving the Rainbow by Richard Dawkins
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This month, while in a Twitter hiatus, I managed to get around to reading a book. Yes, a real book, with paper and pages and a cardboard cover! The book I chose to read is by Dr Richard Dawkins, and this is one that is overlooked in terms of its impo...more
Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? by Philip K. Dick
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Jesus, Interrupted by Bart D. Ehrman
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Free Will by Sam Harris
Free Will
by Sam Harris
read in January, 2012
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Harris’ book, though only 70 pages long, is a concise look into some of the elements of “free will”, our insistence upon its existence, some of the aspects of free will that impact upon our view of the world, and why, in the end, there is no such thi...more
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