I threw together a mini-review for the latest book I read, Figments of Reality:
An excellent overview of evolution and just what it means to science. Evolution, as Dennett puts it is "Darwin's Dangerous Ideas". The authors show how and why it's dangerous: it has the potential to change phase space of possible solutions; changing the rules of the game, so to speak.
The overall theme of the book is to show how systems evolve while focusing on how context is crucial to understanding such systems. Along the way, it shows us just how crucial reductionist thinking is, while stressing that it can be woefully inadequate.
The climactic chapter, on free will, echoes much of Dennett's book on the topic, Freedom Evolves. (Note that this book preceded Dennett's. I just happened to read Dennett's first.) As such, Freedom Evolves strikes me as an excellent follow up to this one.
Yet another great book from Jack Cohen and Ian Stewart.
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