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Bioorganometallics, this reviewer would suggest that the subtitle Biomolecules, labelling, medicine is a much better guide to the overall content of the text. www.chemistryworld.org Worshipping Dawkins? Richard Dawkins: how a scientist changed the way we think Alan Grafen and Mark Ridley Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press 2006 | 304pp | £12.99 (HB) ISBN 0199291160 Reviewed by Bea Perks The
ivilisation C Overrated . . . Richard Dawkins Michael Coren dissects the reputation of a Pooterish atheist with a selfish, perhaps genetic, need to be noticed In April 2010, Richard Dawkins announced an initiative to have Pope Benedict XVI arrested when the Pontiff made an official visit to Britain in the autumn, the ostensible reason being his involvement in the Catholic clergy abuse
DANGEROUS VIRUS MARK PAGEL A DEVIL'S CI IAPI -MN R IC HARD DAWKINS A DEVIL’S CHAPLAIN Richard Dawkins Weidenfeld & Nicholson, 3 2 0 pp £ 1 6 .9 9 Darwin wrote in a letter to his friend Joseph Hooker in 1856, "What a book a Devil’s Chaplain might write on the clumsy, wasteful, blundering, low and
backbone of biology, explaining the structure and function of living creatures, it's also very useful to Psychologists explaining such behaviour as courtship rituals and territory defence. Richard Dawkins has used it (with important modifications) to explain altruism - helping others without apparent personal benefit - so the genes survive (The Selfish Gene, Dawkins, 1976). Dawkins is also often
OBSERVATIONS ENCOUNTER “I’d rather people read my books than my tweets” Richard Dawkins on Brexit, Islamophobia and Twitter By George Eaton In the digital age, reputations made over decades can be lost in minutes. Richard Dawkins first achieved renown as a pioneering evolutionary
same age making such a pose of non-belief, so this is clearly a problem of masculinity and would be quite funny – if only these men didn’t get taken pretty seriously. Their governor is called Richard Dawkins. Dawkins’ book The Selfish Gene (1978) was an explanation for the lay reader of Darwinism at the level of genetic activity, and a good book too, since Dawkins was here writing of something he knew
Reflection Richard Dawkins Reg Naulty considers one of the most controversial scientists of today Richard Dawkins is not at all the misanthrope, thinking poisonous thoughts about humanity, which some people suppose. On the contrary; he loved his parents, his boyhood in Africa, Oxford, science, poetry, music and