[Marxism] What Science Books Accessibly Present Evolutionary Theor y?

Ken Ranney kranney at rogers.com
Sat Dec 11 13:46:30 MST 2004


Might I suggest a look at the other side of Darwinism?

The book:
Darwin's Black Box
Michael Behe
Dept of Biological Sciences
Lehigh University

At 12:53 PM 11/12/2004, you wrote:

>One good place to start is Niles Eldredge's "Life in the Balance": in the 
>course of explaining the danger we (humans) pose to the planet he explores 
>how micro and macro evolution interact in a sophisticated yet very 
>readable manner.
>
>-- "Calvin Broadbent" <calvinbroadbent at hotmail.com> wrote:
>Dear All,
>
>I wonder if anyone can recommend any good (fairly easily comprehensible!)
>books providing a fully rigorous and scientific defence of (broadly)
>Darwinian evolutionary theory. Is Stephen Jay Gould a good person to read on
>the natural origins and development of animal/human life? A good book on
>this subject would make a lovely Xmas present.
>
>:)
>
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