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Jared Diamond reviews Darwin's Cathedral: Evolution, Religion, and the Nature of Society by David Sloan Wilson in a NY Times Book Review.

www.nybooks.com/articles/15798


Haven't had time to finish the article, but the book appears to be about the origins of Religion. The review has lot's of tasty Jared-esque questions...

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Post Re: New article/book review by Jared Diamond
LanDroid:

Do you plan to read the book? I might be tempted to pick it up and read it if I had someone to discuss it with. Then again, there are about a dozen books calling my name. Don't you wish you could set a book on top of your head and in a few minutes have the wealth of information trickle down into your brain via osmosis? Heck, I would walk around with books for hats all day long.

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