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This is quintessential Dawkins. It is an extremely entertaining and fun listen. Well worth the few bucks.
The audio quality itself is satisfactory.
I was fortunate enough to hear this lecture live. Richard Dawkins is one of the most incisive and articulate scientists in our culture, and it was a pleasure to hear him ruminate about Darwinism, medical ethics, and a host of other topics. Strongly recommended.
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