Reason for Everything

Natural Selection and the British Imagination

Marek Kohn
NZD $36.99

'An educative and fascinating tale. Kohn is a wonderful writer.' - A.C. Grayling, Literary Review

A Reason for Everything is a brilliant and surprising fusion of science and biography. It is a very human book about the Britishness of evolutionary theory and the lives and personalities - often eccentric and controversial - of those who made it.

Author bio:

Marek Kohn lives in Brighton with his wife and child. He is the author of Dope Girls, a book about the birth of the drug scare in Britain after the First World War, and of two other books about science. The Race Gallery was described by the Guardian as 'an elegant, timely and devastating critique of racism in science'. Isabel Fonseca said of him that 'he is that valuable thing, a cultural commentator with a scientific background'. Find out more at Marek Kohn's website:

Category: Popular science
ISBN: 9780571223930
Edition No: 1
Publisher: Faber
Imprint: Faber Paperback
Pub Date: November 2005
Page Extent: 392
Format: Paperback - B format
Age: 0 - 0
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Subject: Popular science