The Labyrinth: God, Darwin, and the meaning of life
The Labyrinth: God, Darwin, and the meaning of life Philip Appleman The simpler the society, the cruder the problems: we can imagine Neanderthals crouching in fear—of the tiger, of the dark, of thunder—but we do not suppose they had the leisure for exquisite neuroses. We have changed all that. Replete...
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