Darwinian Fairytales: Selfish Genes, Errors of Heredity and Other Fables of Evolution. David Stove, Roger Kimball. 2005 (hardcover), Encounter Books, 320 p.
That is what the philosopher David Stove concludes in his hilarious and razor-sharp inquiry into Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution.
Next, link to the Darwinian Fairy Tales reviewed by David Fontana.
WorldNetDaily.com Book Service concludes: “A hilarious, razor-sharp refutation of the hallowed dogmas of Darwinism.”
In amazon.com we read: “Darwinian Fairytales is a must-read book for people who want to really understand the issues behind the most hotly debated scientific controversy of our time.”
Darwinian Fairy Tales: Aussie philosopher challenges neo-Darwinism, by Denyse O’Leary:
Where Darwin First Went Wrong About Man
But what about War, Pestilence, and All That?
Population, Privilege, and Malthus’ Retreat
A Horse in the Bathroom or the Struggle for Life
Tax and the Selfish Girl or Does Altruism Need Inverted Commas?
Genetic Calvinism or Demons and Dawkins
‘He Ain’t heavy, He’s My Brother’ or Altruism and Shared Genes
The New Criterion
Against the Idols of the Age
Who was David Stove?
from the introduction, by Roger Kimball
More links related to Stove.
Some of the studies that we did before including the sharp observations of Stove include: