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The Blind Watchmaker 30th Anniversary Edition Cover Note Each Copy Of The Anniversary Edition Of The Blind Watchmaker Features A Unique Biomorph No Two Covers Are Exactly Alike.Acclaimed As The Most Influential Work On Evolution Written In The Last Hundred Years, The Blind Watchmaker Offers An Inspiring And Accessible Introduction To One Of The Most Important Scientific Discoveries Of All Time A Brilliant And Controversial Book Which Demonstrates That Evolution By Natural Selection The Unconscious, Automatic, Blind Yet Essentially Non Random Process Discovered By Darwin Is The Only Answer To The Biggest Question Of All Why Do We Exist The Blind Watchmaker Why the Evidence of Evolution Reveals a Universe Without Design, Richard Dawkins The Blind Watchmaker Why the Evidence of Evolution Reveals a Universe without Design is a 1986 book by Richard Dawkins, in which the author presents an explanation of, and argument for, the theory of evolution by means of natural selection 2014 The Blind Watchmaker Why the Evidence of Evolution Reveals a Universe Without Design, Richard Dawki It is a good thing that Dawkins himself takes the trouble to think about which chapters of his books will be of vanishing interest in the near future Of course, he turned out to beaccurate than he must have wished for This must be the most boring of all Dawkins books, but I do not want to give up on him till I read The Extended P As the title s extension spells out, this is a definitive as of 87 rebuttal against all comers in favor of Darwinism, but don t let my saying so prove it Read it for yourself.All his arguments are crystal clear, but he takes extra time to caricature the caricature of Darwinists, pointing out exactly how the ad absurdum argument really works while also elucidating the fine points of what Darwinism IS versus what it is NOT.He steps us through the first third of the book showing us how Selectio As the title s extension spells out, this is a defini wow and double wow i read this through and turned back to p.1 to read it again blind watchmaker has been amazingly influential in the way i think about just about everything the world, existence, life forms, physics down to the micro, myself and my craft it s sent chills down my spine, made me euphoric and angry the first for finally addressing questions that have long been in my mind but receive no echo in s A rather well written book I like the writing style of Pr Dawkins It was not as challenging as Selfish gene But I guess its complexity is pretty relevant to the level of articulation many have However, it was a great read and made me thinkabout the topic. Two summers ago, I did myself the favor of reading The Selfish Gene Well, I didn t quite read it rather, I listened to Dawkins and his wife, Lalla Ward, narrate the book, as I took long walks in the forest near my house Incidentally, I think Dawkins and, to a slightly lesser extent, Lalla has a magnificent voice it s a pleasure to hear him speak But that s a matter of taste what is not a matter of taste is the quality of that book Agree or disagree with Dawkins, one must admit that The Two summers ago, I did myself the favor of reading The Selfish Gene Well, I didn t quite read it rather, I listened to Dawkins and his wife, Lalla Ward, narrate the book, as I took long walks in the forest near my house Incidentally, I think Dawkins and, to a slightly lesser extent, Lalla has a magnificent voice it s a pleasure to hear him speak But that s a matter of taste what is not a matter of taste is the quality of that book Agree or disagree with Dawkins, one must admit that The Selfish Gene is a book of the finest quality Indeed, I must say that I wasn t quite prepared for how good it was I was expecting an entertaining book of popular science what I got was an eloquent, subtle, and powerful book which managed, in a just a couple weeks of long walks, to completely transfor This book was okay, but since I already am convinced evolution occurs by natural selection, I felt like he was not preaching to the choir, but trying to convince the choir Of course, I got tired of it after a while but I had to keep going, because I had to read it for a class He comes up with many different arguments theories for how evolution natural selection could occur, many of which are interesting, but I would just rather read a science book rather than a philosophical book on evolutio This book was okay, but since I already am convinced evolution occurs by natural selection, I felt like he was not preaching to t Dawkins loves explaining evolutionary theory, and this is one of his best books My favourite bit is the section on long tailed birds peacocks, etc From the point of view of simple utility, they are rather baffling What use could you possibly have for that long, stupid tail But, as Dawkins keeps reminding us, it s not about survival of the species, or even of the individual, but rather of the gene Suppose there s a sex linked male gene that disposes towards long tails, and a sex linked fema Dawkins loves explaining evol 117117 5959141417 17


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