Gutsy, bold, and precise in her scholarship, she saw Darwin’s theory as offering convenient “scientific” support for class-divided, untrammeled survival-of-the-fittest industrial competition.
What can be said of Darwin and the Darwinian Revolution in the dusk of 2009, fifty year after its original publication? Is it a terrible book?
“As shocking and indignant as the best journalism. The work of a magnificent mind.”
“Berlinski is a modern Hannah Arendt, but deeper, more illuminating, and wittier (i.e., smarter).”
Michael Ruse aims at a surprising conclusion in his new book. Weikart isn’t buying it.