The Social Conquest of Earth
Pulitzer Prize-winning biologist E.O. Wilson talked about his book on the rise and domination of Homo sapiens on Earth as he laid out a re-examination of fundamental questions of philosophy, religion, and science in human evolution in explaining how socially advanced species have come to dominate the Earth. He was interviewed by Steven Snyder and responded to questions from members of the audience at the Free Library of Philadelphia during this Meelya Gordon Memorial Lecture. close
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