Hall, Stephen S.
September 2005
Discover;Sep2005, Vol. 26 Issue 9, p50
Features scientist Richard Dawkins. Information about his book "The Ancestor's Tale," focusing on evolution; Views of Dawkins on religion; Style in writing papers about science; Popularity of Dawkins as a public intellectual; Arguments on reconciliation between religion and science.


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