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18:30 16 February 2010
A different view of Darwin: Why it pays to be nice
UCL Grant Museum of Zoology - entrance via Malet Place |
access via Malet Place | London | WC1E 6BT | United Kingdom
Admission: This event is free and there is no need to book. A private view of the museum and complimentary drinks reception will follow the talk.
Mr Colin Tudge, Biologist and Author
In this lecture, biologist and author Colin Tudge argues that the modern, mainstream disciples of Charles Darwin have perverted his grand idea, contributing to the spectrum of disasters afflicting the world around us. Used to defend rampant atheism and to provide a scientific basis for the modern, ultra-competitive global market of neo-liberalism, Darwins sublime vision has been corrupted to a vile idea. A[rivate view of the museum and complimentary drinks will follow the talk.
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