on 27 August 2003
The good professor comes to the "profound" conclusion that if the purpose of life is survival and replication, well, then, let's get replicating.
Since having children is his solution to every problem, you need not buy the book, but just forsake your social inhibitions and get on with the baby-making.
This is such a disastrous piece of advice to repeat, let alone to follow, that I will leave it up to the reader of this review to imagine the consequence of following the moral of this story.
On the positive side, the book does help to underscore the necessity of resigning ourselves to biological purposes in order to have any.