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Natural Selection's Paradox : The Outlaw Gene, the Religion of Money, and the Origin of Evil (Paperback)

Author: Stroud, Carter

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May natural selection contain seeds of our destruction? Do unintended consequences haunt our means of production? Natural Selection?s Paradox: The Outlaw Gene, the Religion of Money, and the Origin of Evil by Carter Stroud observes an adaptive humanity on a dangerous path, one in which we increasingly adapt to our own tools and artifacts?such as money?rather than the ecology that actually defines us. One hundred and fifty years after Darwin, the consequences of adaptation are still poorly understood. They range from the shape of a nose to the religions practiced to humanity?s definitions of good, evil, and justice. In this comprehensive marriage of current science, ancient wisdom, and our collective history, the author unravels economic and social myths that obscure society?s vision. With wit and candor, he examines common ground between the humanistic world of faith and myth and the realm of scientific scholarship to create a dialogue of hope and a basis for competent decision making.

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Publisher Createspace Independent Pub
Mfg Part# 9781419692741
SKU 210400104
Format Paperback
ISBN10 1419692747
Release Date 1/26/2010
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Book Format Paperback
Number of Pages 0396
Publisher Booksurge Publishing
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