A brilliant book celebrating improbability as the engine that drives life, by the acclaimed author of The Selfish Gene and The Blind Watchmaker.
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Dawkins (River Out of Eden, 1995, etc.), who now holds a Chair of Public Understanding of Science at Oxford, is at pains in this new work to refute creationists, who have long championed the argument that organs like the human eye could never have arisen "by chance" and that therefore a "Designer...| Read Full Review of Climbing Mount Improbable
Moreover, there is a prima facie plausible argument that hidden constraints might play a special role in the evolution of a creature’s psychological traits as opposed, say, to the evolution of its bodily form.| Read Full Review of Climbing Mount Improbable
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