Reading a great deal of Richard Dawkins over a short period of time is an unsettling experience. He is a writer of tremendous clarity and force – a world-class hater, in the tradition of Voltaire. He can be invigoratingly dismissive and thrillingly caustic about the idiocies of contemporary life.
In a lecture on the legacy of the 20th century (included in his new omnibus of ephemera, Science in the Soul), Dawkins laments that “the age...
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