3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
I read this book over one single weekend, although admittedly it is probably better to invest some more time as the conclusions are worth more extensive consideration. The book offers a new perspective at life and humanity - based on Rowlands insights in evolution and philosophy (as a biologist also two of my pet topics).
I do not understand some of the 1 and 2 star comments on the book. Whether there is a wolf or a dog depicted on the cover (or described in the text) doesn't do anything to the basic premises of the book. The book is also not "reductionist" - alas for that commentator, the fast progress in scientific discovery does no longer merit "a fairy at the end of the garden".