The Blind Watchmaker

Publisher : Penguin UK

ISBN-13 : 9780141026169

Page : 340 pages

Rating : 4.5/5 from 169 voters

Patiently and lucidly, this Los Angeles Times Book Award and Royal Society of Literature Heinemann Prize winner identifies the aspects of the theory of evolution that people find hard to believe and removes the barriers to credibility one by one. "As readable and vigorous a defense of Darwinism as has been published since 1859".--The Economist.

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