One of the ten most significant books. (Sigmund Freud)"
'I find an addictive fascination in his Victorian prose style, quite apart from the feeling one gets of having been ushered into the presence of one of the great minds of all time.' Richard Dawkins --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.See all Product Description
Let's put it his way, Richard Dawkins loves Darwin, as did Karl Marx and Marx wrote Engels regarding his wife's inhertence, of which he couldn't wait to get his hsnds on. Bath? Read morePublished 10 months ago by movamental
You might want to know that this only contains Volume 2 of the Descent of Man so if you want to start at the beginning you will have to get Volume 1. Read morePublished on 29 July 2011 by A. Bryan
This book is heavily, in its first part, speaking of a lot more than genetics, and certainly not of sexual preferences in that field. Read morePublished on 14 Oct. 2010 by Jacques COULARDEAU
Just something that you should read if you are going to study Psychology like me. The book doesnt really need that much explaining as if your looking for it you know what it... Read morePublished on 19 Sept. 2010 by D
I bought this book as a historical timeframe for Darwin's amazing discoveries. I did not expected to read it cover to cover but to dip in to sections of interest and to use as a... Read morePublished on 25 Mar. 2009 by Amazon Customer
This book is amazing. A demonstration of how man could have come about with out resorting to mysticism etc. Unfortunately this is one area in which Darwin and Wallace disagreed. Read morePublished on 21 Feb. 2009 by Stewart Fryer
A seminal work, such as this, deserves to be read as it represents original, source material for ideas that rocked the world. Read morePublished on 21 May 2003 by Finnbass
This book is brilliant. However, you must read it in it's own time. Darwin wrote this at a time when people saw humans as being at the top of the ladder that was evolution. Read morePublished on 14 April 2003 by "andrew9344"