This is a clear, fresh, stimulating, and provocative book. I enjoyed reading it, and recommend it to anyone who would like to think more deeply about information, evolution and creativity.
See also: Rupert Sheldrake: An early non-Darwinian biologistlooks back on it all Once “one of the brightest Darwinians of his generation,” he doubted and was cast out.
Indeed, Richard Dawkins, guardian of Darwinian correctness, made a point of hounding Sheldrake, and at one point had to be shown out of his lab.
Also: U Chicago Darwinist Jerry Coyne goes after animal behaviorist Rupert Sheldrake
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