BookReview: The Selfish Gene: 30th Anniversary Edition
by Richard Dawkins, Oxford University Press, May 25, 2006, 978-0199291151
A book about neo-darwinism by the greatest neo-darwinist of them all. It gave me a much better understanding of evolution as a general mechanism for incremental development while teaching me the incredible significance of the law of large numbers. I read the book eagerly cover to cover.
Via Rob 4/20/2009 & 2002
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