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Princeton University Press Philosophy After Darwin: Classic and Contemporary Readings

How has the theory of evolution affected philosophy? Starting with Darwin himself, Ruse offers up introductions to and excerpts from thinkers as diverse as Spencer, Nietzsche, Dewey, Popper, Plantinga, E.O. Wilson, and Singer. An invaluable sourcebook of writings---some never before published---from both exponents and critics. 624 pages, softcover. Princeton University.
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