Evolution as a Religion: Strange Hopes and Stranger Fears (Routledge Classics)

Evolution as a Religion: Strange Hopes and Stranger Fears (Routledge Classics)

Mary Midgley


in line with The dad or mum, Midgley is 'the most desirable scourge of clinical pretentions during this kingdom; an individual whose wit is well known even through those that expense she occasionally oversteps the mark'.  This e-book examines how technological know-how involves be used in its place for faith and issues out how badly that function distorts it.  Her argument is perfectly insightful: a punch, compelling, energetic indictment of those misuses of science.  either the e-book and its writer are precise classics of our time.

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