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Richard Dawkins' brand of evolutionary theory dominates our understanding of Darwinism. His rhetoric has sidelined serious scientists who just happen to disagree with him. A staunch pro-scientist and scholar of Darwinian evolution, Fern Elsdon-Baker explores the historical, philosophical, and scientific arguments that are revealing the cracks in Dawkins' thinking.
Fern Elsdon-Baker argues that Dawkins' way of seeing evolution - or indeed the world - is far from the only one possible and that his popular image as the guardian of Darwinism in fact does it a disservice.
Table of Contents
About the Author
Introduction: Darwin's Rottweiler
The Origins of Evolution
Whose Darwinism is it Anyway?
The Church of Dawkins
It's Not All Relative
The Sword of Rhetoric
Conclusion: Looking Forward
Selected Notes, References and Further Reading
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