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Posted February 4, 2009
For laity and modern scholars alike
There is much to be learned from this book. It is extremely well annotated. Michael Ruse quotes others liberally, giving credit where credit is due. To others he extends the benefit of doubt. Ruse is careful not to offend those who discontend. We applaud him for that. In less than 300 pages of paperback, Ruse presents both sides of the Darwin question. He does a remarkable and even-handed job in recreating Darwin's thinking. He also illustrates well what biological science is really about.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.