5 edition of Selfish generations? found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|LC Classifications||HD7250.4 .T44 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 239 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||239|
|ISBN 10||1874267065, 0187267073|
|LC Control Number||96193299|
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Selfish Generations. is a critical and unsentimental analysis of a key political issue, and the questions it raises about support for the young and old, and about health, education and housing policy, are exactly those facing politicians and social welfare policy developers today.
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See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Central. David Thomson (Author), Peter Laslett (Introduction Format: Hardcover. So writes David Thomson as he offers an unflinching perspective on how different generations have fared under the social welfare policies of governments since the h Generations.
is a critical and unsentimental analysis of a key political issue, and the questions it raises about support for the young and old, and about health Brand: Bridget Williams Books. The Selfish Gene: 30th Anniversary Editionwith a new Introduction by the Author Inheriting the mantle of revolutionary biologist from Darwin, Watson, and Crick, Richard Dawkins forced an enormous.
The book "Generations: the History of America's Future" is one that attracted me a great deal from finding about it on an astrology site about the outer planets. When one removes the mythology of astrology, the book proved initially very fascinating, because Strauss and Howe described four types of generation that they saw as repeating itself Cited by: I agreed to review this work mainly to encourage myself to read a book I thought I ought to read, but expected to dislike intensely.
I had read reviews and heard report of the earlier edition of Selfish generations? book book and from these sources had gained the impression that it was a. Summary. In this revised edition of his classic, Richard Dawkins demonstrates how cooperation can evolve even in a basically selfish world.
Contains two new chapters and a wealth of new insights into the biological worldFrom publisher description. Although The Selfish Gene focuses on animals, over the past 20 years it has emerged that bacteria may provide more direct evidence for the book’s arguments.
The first bacterial genome, that of Haemophilus influenzae, was sequenced in ; since then, thousands more have become available for the first orders of business in analyzing these genomes was the. Selfish Generations by David Thomson This entry was posted in Distributional Economics, Social Policy on 1st May by Brian Easton.
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While writing The Selfish Gene, Richard Dawkins had access to some of Wilson's work, but the entire book had not yet been published. Even so, Dawkins's The Selfish Gene is considered a contribution to the study of sociobiology, and Dawkins is viewed as a member of the field.
Sociobiology focuses on natural selection and other biological. The Selfish Gene continues to be read, yet its most important ideas have not fully pervaded a scientific community that still sees genes as the agents of a species’ coherent genome.
One reason may be that the term “selfish gene” itself is such a strong meme (another powerful term introduced by the book) that the complex ideas behind the Cited by: 1. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
In this revised edition of his bestselling book The Selfish Gene, Richard Dawkins demonstrates how cooperation can evolve even in a basically selfish ns two new chapters and a wealth of remarkable new insights into the biological world. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review.
User ratings.4/5(K). Family planning 8. Battle of the generations 9. Battle of the sexes You scratch my back, I'll ride on yours W.D. Hamilton,Science, Dawkins's first book, The Selfish Gene, was a smash hit Best of all, Dawkins laid out this biology - some of it truly subtle - in stunningly lucid prose.
item 4 The Selfish Gene by Richard Dawkins /5(11). The Selfish Gene. The Selfish Gene is a book written by Richard Dawkins, first published in in a way that makes that gene more likely to survive into subsequent generations. This book. “The Selfish Gene” intends to educate the population, about the only thing that connects us as beings on Earth – Genes.
To sum up, the book covers different aspects of the human evolution including physical attributes, genes, inheritance, what is the human’s role among other living creatures, our ancestors, etc. The world of the selfish gene revolves around savage competition, ruthless exploitation, and deceit, and yet, Dawkins argues, acts of apparent altruism do exist in nature.
Bees, for example, will commit suicide when they sting to protect the hive, and birds will risk their lives to warn the flock of an approaching hawk.4/5(K). The Selfish Gene.
That is a bit of an exaggeration. Some of them do buy the new book and, for the rest, my wife consoles me by arguing that people who newly discover an author will naturally tend to go back to his first book: having read The Selfish Gene, surely they'll work their way through to the latest and (to its fond parent) favourite baby?File Size: 9MB.
Dawkins explains the intricacies of the idea which united the world of cause and effect with the world of biological diversity. He coined the term 'meme' in this book as a packet of cultural information which gets passed down from generation to generation just as a gene is passed through DNA to succeeding generations.4/5(57).
The Selfish Gene and which are expounded more fully in relevant passages (largely written by Yan, my co-author) of the second edition () of The Ancestor’s Tale. So powerful is the gene’s eye view, the genome of a single individual is sufficient to make quantitatively. Alas, countless studies have shown this simply isn’t true; in fact, myth 33 in the book 50 Great Myths of Popular Psychology is “Low self-esteem is a major cause of psychological problems.
Besides that, our expanding knowledge of genes and also scientific research will certainly bring about a much better understanding of the universe as well as everything in it.
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Richard Dawkins brilliant reformulation of the theory of natural selection has the rare distinction of having provoked as much excitement and interest outside the Free shipping over $Cited by: SELFISH GENERATIONS.
HOW WELFARE STATES GROW OLD By David Thomson, The White Horse Press (Revised Edition, ) Ann Reeves. Social Policy Agency. I agreed to review this work mainly to encourage myself to read a book I thought I ought to read, but expected to dislike intensely.
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This summary could’ve been three times as long. There is a ton of great information in The Selfish if you’ve slept all the way through biology class in high school, this book can catch you up on at least 70% of what’s important within a few hours.
I doubt that anyone reading Bitesize Bio has never heard of Richard ’s always been controversial in one way or another, ever since the release of arguably his most popular book, The Selfish Gene (Amazon US/UK).But despite Dawkins’ notoriety, maybe there are some readers here who haven’t read The Selfish Gene – I didn’t until two years ago, : Dan Rhoads.
This month we delved into a classic, first published more than 40 years ago in The phrase The Selfish Gene has itself become a meme, a term coined by Richard Dawkins in this, his first book. The application (and misapplication) of the phrase is prevalent today beyond anything Dawkins could have imagined.
A common misconception is that because of our ‘selfish genes’, animal Author: Ania Crawshaw, Katharine Harding. The Selfish Gene - Chapter 8 Summary & Analysis Richard Dawkins This Study Guide consists of approximately 50 pages of chapter summaries, quotes, character analysis, themes, and more - everything you need to sharpen your knowledge of The Selfish Gene.
In this short clip Professor Richard Dawkins discusses how he arrived at the idea of the "selfish gene" -- the basis of his seminal publication.
You can buy Richard's book. The Selfish Gene has attained its own literary and scientific immortality: as long as we study life, it will be read.
* Adam Rutherford, The Observer * InThe Selfish Gene became the first real blockbuster popular science book, a poetic mark in the sand to the public and scientists alike: this idea had to enter our thinking, our research /5(K).
The Selfish Gene is a book on evolutionary biology. The book was written by Richard Dawkins. The author contradicts the theory generated in the ’s by biologists, which says that evolution depends on the organism and its group. Through this book the author explains the 4/5(35).
Summary. For the purposes of Chapter 4, which focuses on behavior, Dawkins says he will "regard the individual body as an agent 'trying' to increase the numbers of all its genes in future generations." Thus he moves from the gene to the individual as a matter of linguistic convenience.
Dawkins begins with a discussion of neurons, the cells in the brain and the nervous system, and explains that. Dawkins revealed in the first volume of his memoirs, An Appetite for Wonder (Bantam, ; see E.
Scott Nature; ), that the idea of selfish genes was born ten years before the book. All about The Selfish Gene by Richard Dawkins. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers Here is a book that set a new standard in science writing for the wider public, a modern masterpiece that fresh generations of aspiring young scientists would seek to emulate."--BOOK /5(93).
Ina little-known biologist named Richard Dawkins published a book called The Selfish Gene, which presented a stark (some said merciless) version of evolutionary theory.
Dawkins's pithy writing style and mastery of telling detail combined to make the book one of the popular and controversial books on evolution ever written/5(41).
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This behind-the-scenes ac-count of its publication recounts the story as seen through the eyes of the book.