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In all sincerity I have to admit that there is much I admire about the biologist Edward O. Wilson. I can only pray that not only should I live into my 80’s, but still possess the intellectual stamina to write what are at least thought provoking books when I get there. 1,349 more words
E.O. Wilson on Pheromones and the Hidden World of Other Senses
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Biologist Edward O. Wilson takes us through several natural stimuli that humans don’t understand, yet are used by various animals to navigate and communicate within communities.
As promised, I read E. O. Wilson’s The Meaning of Human Existence over the holidays. I was looking for some sense of direction about the rules of natural selection, where it might be taking us, whether we will indeed be able to design “our biology and human nature as we wish them to be,” and whether Wilson’s idea of meaning satisfies our need to know who we are and why we’re here. 1,212 more words