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This review is from: Darwin's Dangerous Idea: Evolution and the Meanings of Life (Paperback)
The sub-text of this book is to 'prove creation false'. From the patronisingly a priori dismissal of the possibility of creation, and the aggressive assertion of evolution as fact, Dennett comes accross as 'threatened'. Dennett assumes that evolution happened, so his book has little to offer someone who doesn't agree with his assumption. Even taking that into account, the book contains a good deal of what, if I were less polite, I would call drivel.
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Initial post: 20 Sep 2014 11:00:35 BDT
Hugh Jampton says:
This review was written 16 years ago, has there been any substantial evidence during that time that increases the validity of creationism ?
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