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> > OK, trudge, trudge, trudge. Off to add E. O. Wilson to my reading
> > list. I keep bumping up against his ideas don't I?
> > frankie
>'Three Scientists and their Gods' by Robert Wright does a nice job of
>summarizing Wilson's thinking. I think you mentioned that you had read
>that. If you do tackle 'Sociobiology' you might be able to skip ahead to
>the last chapter or so which cover humans.
I would personally recommend On Human Nature and Concilience. I marked so
many passages in both of these that I can hardly make out the text anymore.
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