The blind watchmaker

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Penguin Books, 1991 - Science - 340 pages
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A brilliant and controversial book which demonstrates that evolution by natural selection - the unconscious automatic, blind yet essentially non-random process discovered by Darwin - is the only answer to the biggest question of all : why do we exist?

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A great overview of evolution. - Goodreads
I rind Richard Dawkins a little hard to read. - Goodreads
I really enjoy Dawkins' writing. - Goodreads
A good introduction to the theory of evolution. - Goodreads
A modern take on evolution by natural selection. - Goodreads
The writing was clear, precise, clean. - Goodreads

Review: The Blind Watchmaker: Why the Evidence of Evolution Reveals a Universe Without Design

User Review  - Alethea Bothwell - Goodreads

Excellent. Clear explanations, good analogies, wonderful logic. I GET IT! The one slight criticism I have is that sometimes he goes on a bit longer than I think is necessary answering objections and responding to alternative "possibilities." But he is just being thorough, I guess. Read full review

Review: The Blind Watchmaker: Why the Evidence of Evolution Reveals a Universe Without Design

User Review  - Todd Landrum - Goodreads

Like The God Delusion, the book is impressive in it's scope and the depth it covers its topics. And like that first book, both the scope and depth exceed my interest in the topic. There were many ... Read full review

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