Lynn Margulis and Dorion Sagan, What Is Sex? ( New York: Simon & Schuster, 1997): a philosophical and pictorial inquiry into the evolution of sex from its philosophical beginnings in an energetic universe to cybersex and beyond.
Lynn Margulis and Dorion Sagan, What Is Life? ( New York: Simon & Schuster, 1996): illustrated with color photographs and black-and-white drawings, this is a philosophical and scientific exploration of one of history's most fascinating questions.It argues for a concept of life that transcends both mechanism and vitalism. Including sections on the solar basis of the global economy and humanity's status as superorganism, it emphasizes the neglected role of free will in evolutionary development.
Gaia to Micrososm, Vol. 1, Planetary Life (Dubuque: Kendall/ Hunt, 1994): four short videos: From Bacteria to Biosphere; Photosynthetic Bacteria—Red Sunlight Transformers; Spirosymplokos deltaeiberi—Microbial Mats and Mud Puddles; and Ophrydium versatile: What Is an Individual?