One of the best descriptions of the nature and implications of Darwinian evolution ever written, it is firmly based in biological information and appropriately extrapolated to possible applications to engineering and cultural evolution.
Dennett's analyses of the objections to evolutionary theory are unsurpassed.
Extremely lucid, wonderfully written, and scientifically and philosophically impeccable.
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