Anarchy Evolution has ratings and reviews. Michael said: Greg Graffin, through his music, has been one of my most profound personal influences. Greg Graffin, and this uniquely fascinating book.” —Jared Diamond, author of Guns, Germs, and Steel Anarchy Evolution is a provocative look at the collision. Gregory Walter Graffin (født 6. november ) er amerikansk sanger, musiker, Evolutionists (); Anarchy Evolution: Faith, Science, and Bad Religion in a.
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Maybe it’s because he grew up during a time where the neutralist-selectionist-debate http: But that’s no reason we can’t have a blast.
In his book Anarchy evolution he talks a lot about personal adventures, thoughts back when he was a teenager and intellectual punk-rock. Graffin’s strength is in his argument to win others to a “naturalist” understanding of the world over a graftin understanding of the world.
So the funny part is how Greg Gaffin keeps insisting that punk music and his desperate blind faith in evolution has some similarities But it just might give you a place to start if you’re curious about a whole bunch of things.
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So this looked like the perfect book for me. He who has doubts is condemned. You will not be disappointed. This book, I believe, is better meant for High School students or Undergrads.
And Graffin’s chapter specifically on atheism was interesting as well, mostly for its biographical elements. It’s not because grafffin bad at it. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
Graffin, this book left me wanting more meat and less fluff. While Bad Religion is one of my favorite bands and I admire Dr. Hardcoverpages. Oct 01, Kim Parker rated it it was amazing.
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Huge fan of Bad Religion, so I decided to read Mr. Anarcyy ruthless inquisitiveness didn’t give me an alternative. The autobiographical bits were fascinating as I grew up listening to these guys and reading their history was interesting, especially due to the way that Greg intertwined how his love of science and curiosity led to Bad Religion evolutjon what they are.
If you’ve read any other book about evolution you probably won’t learn something new. I only wish it didn’t take pages egolution the book to get there.
Just as Graffin is not going to answer all your questions for you, or tell you what to believe, this book cannot hope to fulfill the expectations of everyone who reads it. And the general retardedness of the Ramones?
Graffin isn’t a particularly good prose writer, but his insistence on a worldview based on naturalism and biology–and, contrary to popular belief, the inherent beauty and goodness that arises from such a worldview–is a significant statement.
After all, the Grfafin Atheist books listed probably created a much larger space for the more nuanced and sophisticated conversation even to take place in.
Take another man who wonders whether vertebrates arose in rivers or in the ocean Like graffjn says in this video about the book, it is written like a personal narrative. But I still hate Bad Religion and couldn’t make out more than two or three words Greg babbled. Dec 08, Landon Hale rated it it was amazing.
Rarely does one come across a book which offers so much in such a small volume. Aug 18, Sarah rated it liked it Shelves: Zerr and his commentaries – instead of pop theological crap by Jesus Christ Superstar.
While at times the writing can be very dry especially when Graffin gets explicitly scientific, the narrative grfg the process of his life pushes the reader forward. That’s a LOT of maybe’s. Here’s an enlightened sample: Graffin makes it abundantly clear that his slightly unorthodox view of the importance of natural selection to overall evolutionary theory should give no aid and comfort to creationists or grg better-dressed cousins, Intelligent Design advocates.
Anarchy Evolution: Faith, Science, and Bad Religion in a World Without God by Greg Graffin
The book weaves together stories of his childhood in espal Midwest and Southern California with tales of the band Here’s a game I play with all Evolutionary Propaganda: Jun 23, Pete rated it liked it Shelves: He weaves his story together really well, bridging the two disparate fields in which he splits his time. Greg Graffin and I look at life in very much the same way.
The book is not a diatribe against religion, but rather it’s a thoughtful explanation of why he is an atheist. Put them together, what do you get? Of particular interest to me was his piece on our national obsession with the theory of natural selection, which has colored the debate on evolution for far too long.