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These 2 books tell you why we’re better off without Darwin
I’ve read and reviewed 40 of the most fundamental texts basic to understanding evolutionary theory. There’s an entire education in evolution in this readable 200- page volume.
Once you free your self from the grip of physicalism and Darwinism, you become free to focus on enriching your future conscious experiences. A new life beckons. This brief guide plots a path.
All books available from Amazon. NOVELS “Father, in a Far Distant Time I find You.” A utopian novel in the H G Wells tradition, about the power our theories of evolution have over us. “Me and The Genies.” A light romantic comedy, also an examination of all the different ways people think about evolution OTHER BOOKS See on Amazon PODCAST, VIDEOS, “The Chuck Darwin Show” “The Red Queen Theory” “Think like a Dummy” 90-minute play, video extract 90-minute play, reading WEBSITE Evolution for the Humanities
The pioneers  Ancient wisdom we inherit	 Zoonomia, by Erasmus Darwin, 1794	 Natural Theology, by William Paley, 1892	 Constitution of Man, by George Combe, 1828	 Philosophie zoologique, by Jean-Baptiste Lamarck, 1809	 Vestiges of the Natural History of Creation, by Robert Chambers, 1844 A System of Synthetic Philosophy, by Herbert Spencer, 1862-93	 Darwin and the Darwinians, by Gertrude Himmelfarb, 1959	 Origin of Species, 6th edition, by Charles Darwin, 1872	 Social Environment and Moral Progress, by Alfred Wallace, 1913	 Life and Habit, by Samuel Butler, 1877	 Darwin’s Ghosts, by Rebecca Stott, 2012	 Science and Philosophy of the Organism by Hans Driesch, 1907	 Creative Evolution. by Henri Bergson, 1907	 Mind and Nature, by Gregory Bateson, 1978	 Biological Principles, by J H Woodger, 1929	 Pioneers—Conclusion	  Evolution becomes physicalism’s poster child What is Life? by Erwin Schrodinger, 1944	 Genetical Theory of Natural Selection, by Ronald A. Fisher, 1930	 The Selfish Gene, by Richard Dawkins, 1976	 The Big Picture, by Sean Carroll, 2016	 Who’s in Charge? by Michael Gazzaniga,2011	 Zen and the Art of Consciousness, by Susan Blackmore, 2009	 What is Life? by Paul Nurse, 2020	 Holistic Darwinism, by Peter Corning, 2005	 Biological Emergencies, by Robert Reid, 2007	  Physicalism’s poster child threatens the humanities Evolution and the Humanities, by David Holbrook, 1987	 Consilience: The Unity of Knowledge, by Edward O Wilson, 1998	 Creating Consilience, by Collard Slingerland, 2011	 Human Nature, by James Trefil, 2004	 The Meaning of Science, by Tim Lewens, 2015	  Resistance to physicalism’s takeover Evolution, A View from the 21st Century, by James A. Shapiro, 2011	 The Music of Life, by Denis Noble, 2006	 Mind and Cosmos, by Thomas Nagel	 The Great Evolution Mystery, by Gordon Rattray Taylor, 1983	 The Limitations of Evolutionary Theory, by John Maynard Smith, 1989	 Metazoa, by Peter Godfrey-Smith, 2020	 Evolution of Beauty, by Richard O Prum, 2017	 Evolution in Four Dimensions, by Jablonka and Lamb, 2005	  Postscripts  A Purely Mental Theory of Evolution	 Making evolution define free will
PRESS The New English Review, “Through a Gnome’s Cap,” Kirkus review of “Re-thinking What it Means We Evolved.” REAL EXPERTS “The Third Way of Evolution.” 50 professional evolutionists sign on to wanting alternatives to the modern synthesis/neo-Darwinism. John Searle, “Theory of Mind and Darwin’s Legacy,” PNAS. Thomas Nagel, “The Core of Mind and Cosmos,” The New York Times, “The Stone,” August 18, 2013.
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Darwinism--physical determinism-- diminishes self-worth
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PRIMARY SOURCES BY SHAUN JOHNSTON “Evolutionary Theory Traced Through Reviews of its Major Texts” I’ve read and reviewed 40 of the most fundamental texts basic to understanding evolutionary theory. There’s an entire education in evolution in this readable 200-page volume. “Are You Wonderful? Good Science Says Yes: How to tell good The pioneers  Ancient wisdom we inherit	 Zoonomia, by Erasmus Darwin, 1794	 Natural Theology, by William Paley, 1892	 Constitution of Man, by George Combe, 1828	 Philosophie zoologique, by Jean-Baptiste Lamarck, 1809	 Vestiges of the Natural History of Creation, by Robert Chambers, 1844 A System of Synthetic Philosophy, by Herbert Spencer, 1862-93	 Darwin and the Darwinians, by Gertrude Himmelfarb, 1959	 Origin of Species, 6th edition, by Charles Darwin, 1872	 Social Environment and Moral Progress, by Alfred Wallace, 1913	 Life and Habit, by Samuel Butler, 1877	 Darwin’s Ghosts, by Rebecca Stott, 2012	 Science and Philosophy of the Organism by Hans Driesch, 1907	 Creative Evolution. by Henri Bergson, 1907	 Mind and Nature, by Gregory Bateson, 1978	 Biological Principles, by J H Woodger, 1929	 Pioneers—Conclusion	  Evolution becomes physicalism’s poster child What is Life? by Erwin Schrodinger, 1944	 Genetical Theory of Natural Selection, by Ronald A. Fisher, 1930	 The Selfish Gene, by Richard Dawkins, 1976	 The Big Picture, by Sean Carroll, 2016	 Who’s in Charge? by Michael Gazzaniga,2011	 Zen and the Art of Consciousness, by Susan Blackmore, 2009	 What is Life? by Paul Nurse, 2020	 Holistic Darwinism, by Peter Corning, 2005	 Biological Emergencies, by Robert Reid, 2007	  Physicalism’s poster child threatens the humanities Evolution and the Humanities, by David Holbrook, 1987	 Consilience: The Unity of Knowledge, by Edward O Wilson, 1998	 Creating Consilience, by Collard Slingerland, 2011	 Human Nature, by James Trefil, 2004	 The Meaning of Science, by Tim Lewens, 2015	  Resistance to physicalism’s takeover Evolution, A View from the 21st Century, by James A. Shapiro, 2011	 The Music of Life, by Denis Noble, 2006	 Mind and Cosmos, by Thomas Nagel	 The Great Evolution Mystery, by Gordon Rattray Taylor, 1983	 The Limitations of Evolutionary Theory, by John Maynard Smith, 1989	 Metazoa, by Peter Godfrey-Smith, 2020	 Evolution of Beauty, by Richard O Prum, 2017	 Evolution in Four Dimensions, by Jablonka and Lamb, 2005	  Postscripts  A Purely Mental Theory of Evolution	 Making evolution define free will science from bad. Once you free your self from the grip of physicalism and Darwinism, you become free to focus on enriching your future conscious experiences. A new life beckons. This brief guide plots a path. NOVELS “Father, in a Far Distant Time I find You.” A utopian novel in the H G Wells tradition, about the power our theories of evolution have over us. “Me and The Genies.” A light romantic comedy, also an examination of all the different ways people think about evolution OTHER BOOKS See on Amazon PODCAST, VIDEOS, “The Chuck Darwin Show” “The Red Queen Theory” “Think like a Dummy” 90-minute play, video extract 90-minute play, reading WEBSITE Evolution for the Humanities
PRESS The New English Review, “Through a Gnome’s Cap,” Kirkus review of “Re-thinking What it Means We Evolved.” REAL EXPERTS “The Third Way of Evolution.” 50 professional evolutionists sign on to wanting alternatives to the modern synthesis/neo- Darwinism. John Searle, “Theory of Mind and Darwin’s Legacy,” PNAS. Thomas Nagel, “The Core of Mind and Cosmos,” The New York Times, “The Stone,” August 18, 2013.
All books available from Amazon.
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