Shelves: pulitzer-non-fiction Dragons of Eden by Carl Sagan won the Pulitzer Prize for Non-Fiction in Natural selection has served as a kind of intellectual sieve, producing brains and intelligences increasingly competent to deal with the laws of nature. There isnt much discussion of dragons, beyond a short snippet on Komodo dragons, in this book but Sagan uses this metaphor as a catchy title to highlight that this fear may be part of our own mammalian evolution. The dragon concept is buttressed by so many old tales Dragons of Eden by Carl Sagan won the Pulitzer Prize for Non-Fiction in Natural selection has served as a kind of intellectual sieve, producing brains and intelligences increasingly competent to deal with the laws of nature. The dragon concept is buttressed by so many old tales throughout numerous civilizations that Sagan implies there must have been a fearsome dragon or related animal in our distant past that shaped our evolution. I am not convinced per se but the rest of the book is much more serious than this topic.
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Sagan also tries to tie in the myths of Genesis—esp. He became professor of astronomy and space science and director of the Laboratory for Planetary Studies at Cornell University, and co-founder of the Planetary Society. Kos rated it did not like it Sep 21, On the radio some modern researcher said that the brain is a record, a story of what has happened to that particular This book is dated, but good.
If you want to learn about saga and consciousness, read any book by Daniel Dennett. Un libro, en muchos aspectos desfasado. In fact, the book represents a kind of popular science really, science itself not seen much anymore. Open Preview See a Problem? Escher, to the chemical composition of distant stars.
If you visit Doune castle in Scotland, the audio by Terry Jones will tell you all about the use of old strips of cloth or clumps of plants as toilet paper. All our problems making society work he says come from the evolutionary war of reptile versus mammal being built into our own brains: Actually, my complaint is rather prosaic. Inscientist Carl Sagan was born in Brooklyn, N. The experiments lasted for three decades before ending in[ […]. Decided to read it and get it over with. When did you s […].
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