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Presents an introduction to evolution and what it means for our view of humanity, the natural world, and religion. This book explains the right and the wrong ways to understand evolution. It is suitable for those interested in the understanding what the theory of evolution can and can't do.
John A. Dupre is Professor of Philosophy of Science & Director of the ESRC Centre for Genomics in Society at the University of Exeter. He lectures extensively in the U.K., North America, and Europe. His main area of research is the philosophy of science with special interest in the philosophy of biology, the role of values in science, and the nature of biological species. His books include Human Nature and the Limits of Science (OUP).