With Evolutionary Psychology I and II, Allen D. MacNeill of Cornell University led a thought-provoking series of lectures on why people do the things they do. In Evolutionary Biology I, MacNeill addresses a different side of the coin by examining the biological component, from Charles Darwin’s and Gregor Mendel’s “dangerous ideas” to contemporary thought leaders and the forming of the modern synthesis of this vital field of study.
©2011 Allen D. MacNeill (P)2011 Recorded Books, LLC
There is interesting information in this audio about this great science. However, you might laugh as this scientist denies free will, and argues philosophical questions on a one-sided manner. Good intro though.
The information in this lecture was interesting and well organized but the lecturer delivered every quoted passage- and there were a lot of them- in cringingly bad accents which was, to say the least, distracting.
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