The combination of biology and the humanities in such clear, beautiful prose. Pollan breathes life into the subject
The author describes Galileo's relationship to the external world, but fails to discuss the reasoning behind his support for the Copernican hypothesis. For example tides are mentioned in relation to their appearance, but there is no discussion of their relevance to the issues under discussion.
The audio delivery is simply disgraceful, with long distracting pauses. Audible should consider discontinuing this audiobook.
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