Richard Dawkins: How a Scientist Changed the Way We Think : Reflections by Scientists, Writers, and Philosophers

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LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS

Robert Aunger, Senior Lecturer in Evolutionary Public Health, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, author of The Electric Meme, and editor of Darwinizing Culture.

David P. Barash, Professor of Psychology, University of Washington, author of Madame Bovary's Ovaries: A Darwinian look at literature, The Myth of Monogamy, Revolutionary Biology, and other books.

Sir Patrick Bateson, FRS. Emeritus Professor of Ethology, Cambridge University, co-author of Design for a Life: How Behaviour Develops.

Seth Bullock, Senior Lecturer in the Science and Engineering of Natural Systems, School of Electronics and Computer Science, University of Southampton.

Helena Cronin, Co-Director, London School of Economics Centre for Philosophy of Natural and Social Science, organizer of the Darwin@LSE programme, and author of The Ant and the Peacock.

Martin Daly, Professor of Psychology, McMaster University, Canada, co-author of The Truth About Cinderella and other books.

Marian Stamp Dawkins, Fellow in Biological Sciences at Somerville College and Professor of Animal Behaviour, Zoology Department, Oxford University, author of Through Our Eyes Only and Animal Suffering.

Daniel C. Dennett, Professor of Philosophy, Tufts University, author > of Darwin's Dangerous Idea, Consciousness Explained, Freedom Evolves, and other books.

David Deutsch, Professor, Centre for Quantum Computing, Clarendon Laboratory, Oxford University, author of The Fabric of Reality.

Alan Grafen, Professor of Theoretical Biology, Oxford University.

A. C. Grayling, Professor, Department of Philosophy, Birkbeck College, London University, author of The Meaning of Things, What is Good?, Life, Sex and Ideas: The Good Life Without God, Philosophy, and other books.

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