A biologist and lifelong pet owner recounts personal experiences with a long-tailed macaque.
A symposium implies a diversity of perspectives with at least the reasonable hope of open minds, everyone arguing freely, and no one held back or held down while others pummel him.
Wilson’s biography sounds like appropriate reading for the holy day of Darwin, which is hardly more than a week away.
Why does the evolution debate matter so intensely?
Weikart, a meticulous scholar, traces the connection in his book From Darwin to Hitler, demonstrating that Darwin’s theory is tainted at its origins.