You don’t have to be Abraham Lincoln, who was satisfied with the 272 words of the Gettysburg Address.
What’s behind the impression of intelligent direction? Just a trick of perspective, like seeing shapes in clouds?
Says Jonah Goldberg, “One cheer (and maybe two) for non-human personhood.”
Wilson’s biography sounds like appropriate reading for the holy day of Darwin, which is hardly more than a week away.
“A fair result can be obtained only by fully stating and balancing the facts and arguments on both sides of each question.” — Charles Darwin