Part of his brilliance was in recognizing that an appropriate challenge to the reductionisms of our age required a thoroughly multidisciplinary approach.
Amidst all this chest thumping over neo-Darwinian certainties, doubts are unmistakably on the rise.
Unlike many of his academic colleagues, Lukacs did not stand in awe and wonder of Charles Darwin.
In an excerpt from his new book, Professor Flannery identifies Darwin’s principal failing in developing his theory.
For those who wish to caricature the theory of intelligent design, Wallace becomes a very inconvenient historical figure.