This item unweaving the rainbow science delusion and the appetite for wonder by richard dawkins paperback cdn2153 only 6 left in stock ships from and sold by russell books. Unweaving the rainbow science delusion and the appetite for wonder is a 1998 book by the evolutionary biologist richard dawkins in which the author discusses the relationship between science and the arts from the perspective of a scientist dawkins addresses the misperception that science and art are at odds driven by the responses to his books the selfish gene and the blind watchmaker . The book i chose to read is by dr richard dawkins and this is one that is overlooked in terms of its importance and place in society having been overshadowed by his more groundbreaking and most famous publications such as the blind watchmaker the selfish gene and of course the god delusion unweaving the rainbow was . Unweaving the rainbow science delusion and the appetite for wonder by stephen m barr august 1999 in reading richard dawkins i am reminded of an anecdote told by werner heisenberg. With the wit insight and spellbinding prose that have made him a best selling author dawkins takes up the most important and compelling topics in modern science from astronomy and genetics to language and virtual reality combining them in a landmark statement of the human appetite for wonder this is the book richard dawkins was meant to
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