Why Science Is Wrong About Life and Evolution: 'The Invisible Gene' And Other Essays On Scientism
Ted Christopher, author
The book discusses both particular and general problems facing the scientific vision of life. The book also discusses some of the unfortunate fallout associated with that vision largely by critiquing some works of Steven Pinker and Sam Harris. In doing so the book's terrain includes some extraordinary behaviors; the unfolding mystery of heritability; Pinker's undue optimism; Harris' unenlightened take on meditation and transformation; and finally the possibility of objective support for religious beliefs.