Darwin's dangerous idea is seductively simple: all the complexity and diversity we witness around us can be explained by natural selection, a mindless and algorithmic process. Yet it is so easy to miss the subtle implications and misapply the knowledge, some of recent history's brightest minds (including professional evolutionary biologists!) have fallen in confusion. Fortunately Dennett has turned his illuminating attention on the problem. With his keen wit and conversational style he proves to be a masterful sightseeing guide on the incredible and exciting journey begun by Darwin. Truly inspiring, I highly recommend it to all Virions.

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