SELECTED READING

PART ONE

Cronin, Helena. The Ant and the Peacock. New York: Cambridge University Press (1992).
Darwin, Charles R. On the Origin of Species. Cambridge: Harvard University Press (1859/1964).
Dawkins, Richard. The Blind Watchmaker. New York: W.W. Norton (1986).
_____. The Extended Phenotype. New York: Oxford University Press (1982).
_____. River out of Eden. New York: Basic Books (1995).
_____. The Selfish Gene. 2d ed., New York: Oxford University Press (1989).
Dobzhansky, Theodosius. Genetics and the Origin of Species. New York: Columbia University Press (1951).
_____. Mankind Evolving: The Evolution of the Human Species. New Haven: Yale University Press (1962).
Eigen, Manfred. Steps Towards Life. New York: Oxford University Press (1992).
Eldredge, Niles. Fossils. New York: Harry N. Abrams (1991).
_____. The Miner's Canary. New York: Prentice Hall (1991).
_____. The Monkey Business. New York: Washington Square Press (1982).
_____. Reinventing Darwin. New York: John Wiley (1995).
_____. Time Frames: The Rethinking of Darwinian Evolution and the Theory of Punctuated Equilibria. New York: Simon & Schuster (1985).
_____. Unfinished Synthesis. New York: Oxford University Press (1985).
_____, and Stephen J. Gould. "Punctuated Equilibria: An Alternative to Phyletic Gradualism," in T.J.M. Schopf, ed., Models in Paleobiology. San Francisco: Freeman Cooper (1972).
_____, and Marjorie Grene. Interactions. New York: Columbia University Press (1992).
Ewald, Paul W. "Cultural Vectors, Virulence, and the Emergence of Evolutionary Epidemiology." Oxford Surveys in Evolutionary Biology 5 (1988) 215-245.
Fisher, Ronald A. The Genetical Theory of Natural Selection. Oxford: Clarendon Press (1930).
Goldschmidt, Richard. The Material Basis of Evolution. New Haven: Yale University Press (1940).
Gould, Stephen Jay. Bully for Brontosaurus. New York: W.W. Norton (1992).
_____. Ever Since Darwin. New York: W.W. Norton (1977).
_____. The Flamingo's Smile. New York: W.W. Norton (1985).
_____. Hen's Teeth and Horse's Toes. New York: W.W. Norton (1983).
_____. The Mismeasure of Man. New York: W.W. Norton (1981).
_____. Ontogeny and Phylogeny. Cambridge: Harvard University Press (1977).
_____. The Panda's Thumb. New York: W.W. Norton (1980).
_____. Time's Arrow, Time's Cycle: Myth and Metaphor in the Discovery of Geological Time. Cambridge: Harvard University Press (1987).
_____. An Urchin in the Storm. New York: W.W. Norton (1988).
_____. Wonderful Life. New York: W.W. Norton (1989).
_____, and Richard C. Lewontin. "The Spandrels of San Marco and the Panglossian Paradigm: A Critique of the Adaptationist Programme." Proc. Roy. Soc. London B 205 (1979) 581-598.
_____, and Elisabeth S. Vrba. "Exaptation — A Missing Term in the Science of Form." Paleobiology 8 (1982) 4-15.
Haldane, J.B.S. The Causes of Evolution. London: Longmans (1932).
Hamilton, W.D. "The Genetical Evolution of Social Behaviour" (I and II). Journal of Theoretical Biology 7 (1964) 1-52.
_____. "The Moulding of Senescence by Natural Selection." Journal of Theoretical Biology 12 (1966) 12-45.
Hull, David L. "Interactors versus Vehicles," in H.C. Plotkin, ed., The Role of Behavior in Evolution. Cambridge: MIT Press (1988).
Jones, Steve. The Language of the Genes: Biology, History, and the Evolutionary Future. London: HarperCollins (1993).
_____, Robert Martin, and David Pilbeam, eds. The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Evolution. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (1992).
Lewontin, Richard C., Steven Rose, and Leon J. Kamin. Not In Our Genes. New York: Pantheon (1984).
Lovelock, James. Gaia. New York: Oxford University Press (1979).
Margulis, Lynn. Early Life. Boston: Jones & Bartlett (1981).
_____. The Origin of Eukaryotic Cells. New Haven: Yale University Press (1970).
_____. Symbiosis in Cell Evolution. 2d ed., New York: W.H. Freeman (1993).
_____, and Dorion Sagan. Microcosmos. New York: Simon & Schuster (1986).
_____. Mystery Dance. New York: Summit Books (1991).
_____. Origins of Sex. New Haven: Yale University Press (1986).
_____, and Karlene V. Schwartz. Five Kingdoms: An Illustrated Guide to the Phyla of Life on Earth. 2d ed., San Francisco: W.H. Freeman (1988).
Maynard Smith, John. Did Darwin Get It Right? London: Chapman & Hall (1989).
_____. Evolution and the Theory of Games. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (1982).
_____. The Evolution of Sex. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (1978).
_____. The Problems of Biology. Oxford: Oxford University Press (1986).
Mayr, Ernst. The Growth of Biological Thought. Cambridge: Harvard University Press (1982).
_____. Toward a New Philosophy of Biology. Cambridge: Harvard University Press (1988).
Medawar, Peter. The Limits of Science. New York: Harper & Row (1984).
_____. Memoir of a Thinking Radish. Oxford: Oxford University Press (1988).
Nesse, Randolph, M.D., and George C. Williams. Why We Get Sick. New York: Times Books (1995).
Simpson, George Gaylord. The Major Features of Evolution. New York: Columbia University Press (1953).
_____. The Meaning of Evolution. New Haven: Yale University Press (1949).
_____. Tempo and Mode in Evolution. New York: Columbia University Press (1944).
Snow, C.P. The Two Cultures. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (1993).
Sober, Elliott. The Nature of Selection. Cambridge: MIT Press (1984).
Stanley, Steven M. Children of the Ice Age. New York: Crown (1995).
_____. The New Evolutionary Timetable. New York: Basic Books (1981).
Stebbins, G.L. Variation and Evolution in Plants. New York: Columbia University Press (1950).
Sturtevant, A.H. "On the Effects of Selection on Social Insects." Quarterly Review of Biology 13 (1938) 74-76.
Thompson, D'Arcy W. On Growth and Form. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (1917).
Trivers, Robert. Social Evolution. Menlo Park CA: Benjamin/Cummings (1985).
Vrba, Elisabeth S., and Niles Eldredge. "Individuals, Hierarchies, and Processes: Towards a More Complete Evolutionary Theory." Paleobiology 10 (1984) 146-171.
Waddington, C.H. The Evolution of an Evolutionist. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press (1975).
_____. The Nature of Life. London: Allen & Unwin (1962).
_____. The Strategy of the Genes. London: Allen & Unwin (1957).
Weismann, August. "The All-Sufficiency of Natural Selection: A Reply to Herbert Spencer." Contemporary Review 64 (1893) 309-338, 596-610.
Williams, George C. Adaptation and Natural Selection: A Critique of Some Current Evolutionary Thought. Princeton: Princeton University Press (1966).
_____. Natural Selection: Domains, Levels, and Challenges. New York: Oxford University Press (1992).
_____. Sex and Evolution. Princeton: Princeton University Press (1975).
Wilson, Edward O. The Diversity of Life. Cambridge: Harvard University Press (1992).
_____. On Human Nature. Cambridge: Harvard University Press (1978).
_____. Sociobiology: The New Synthesis. Cambridge: Harvard University Press (1975).
Wright, Sewall. "Adaptation and Selection," in Genetics, Paleontology, and Evolution, G.L. Jepson, E. Mayr, and G.G. Simpson, eds. Princeton: Princeton University Press (1949).
_____. "Evolution in Mendelian Populations." Genetics 16 (1931) 97-159.
_____. "Tempo and Mode in Evolution: A Critical Review." Ecology 26 (1945) 415-419.
Wynne-Edwards, V.C. Animal Dispersion in Relation to Social Behaviour. Edinburgh: Oliver & Boyd (1962).


PART TWO

Chomsky, Noam. Knowledge of Language. New York: Praeger (1986).
Dennett, Daniel C. Brainstorms. Montgomery VT: Bradford Books (1978).
_____. Consciousness Explained. Boston: Little, Brown (1991).
_____. Content and Consciousness. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul (1969).
_____. Elbow Room: The Varieties of Free Will Worth Wanting. Cambridge: MIT Press/Bradford (1984).
_____. The Intentional Stance. Cambridge: MIT Press/Bradford (1987).
Dreyfus, Hubert. What Computers Can't Do. 2d ed., New York: Harper & Row (1979).
_____, and S.E. Dreyfus. Minds Over Matter. New York: The Free Press (1986).
Hofstadter, Douglas R., and Daniel C. Dennett. The Mind's I. New York: Bantam (1982).
Humphrey, Nicholas. Consciousness Regained. Oxford: Oxford University Press (1983).
_____. A History of the Mind. New York: Simon & Schuster (1992).
_____. The Inner Eye. London: Faber & Faber (1986).
_____. "`Interest' and `Pleasure': Two Determinants of a Monkey's Visual Preferences." Perception 1 (1972) 395-416.
Jacob, François. The Possible and the Actual. Seattle: University of Washington Press (1982).
Levelt, Willem. Speaking. Cambridge: MIT Press/Bradford (1989).
Maturana, Humberto D., and Francisco J. Varela. Autopoiesis and Cognition: The Realization of the Living. Boston: D. Reidel (1980).
_____. The Tree of Knowledge. Boston: New Science Library (1987).
Minsky, Marvin. The Society of Mind. New York: Simon & Schuster (1986).
_____, and Seymour Papert. Perceptrons. Rev. ed., Cambridge: MIT Press (1987).
Moravec, Hans. Mind Children: The Future of Robot and Human Intelligence. Cambridge: Harvard University Press (1988).
Papert, Seymour. Mindstorms. New York: Harper & Row (1981).
Penrose, Roger. The Emperor's New Mind: Concerning Computers, Minds, and the Laws of Physics. New York: Oxford University Press (1989).
_____. Shadows of the Mind: A Search for the Missing Science of Consciousness. New York: Oxford University Press (1994).
Pinker, Steven. The Language Instinct. New York: William Morrow (1994).
_____. Learnability and Cognition: The Acquisition of Argument Structure. Cambridge: MIT Press (1989).
____, and Paul Bloom. "Natural Language and Natural Selection." Behavioral and Brain Sciences 13 (1990) 707-784.
Schank, Roger. The Connoisseur's Guide to the Mind. New York: Summit Books (1991).
_____. Tell Me a Story. New York: Scribners (1990).
_____, and R. Abelson. Scripts, Plans, Goals, and Understanding: An Inquiry into Human Knowledge Structures. Hillsdale NJ: Erlbaum (1977).
_____, and Peter Childers. The Cognitive Computer. Reading MA: Addison-Wesley (1988).
_____. The Creative Attitude: Learning to Ask and Answer the Right Questions. New York: Macmillan (1988).
Searle, John. Minds, Brains, and Science. Cambridge: Harvard University Press (1984).
_____. The Rediscovery of the Mind. Cambridge: MIT Press (1992).
Varela, Francisco J. Principles of Biological Autonomy. New York: Elsevier North Holland (1979).
_____, Evan Thompson, and Eleanor Rosch. The Embodied Mind. Cambridge: MIT Press (1992).


PART THREE

Barrow, John D., and Frank J. Tipler. The Anthropic Cosmological Principle. New York: Oxford University Press (1986).
Davies, Paul. The Cosmic Blueprint. New York: Simon & Schuster (1989).
_____. The Edge of Infinity. New York: Simon & Schuster (1981).
_____. God and the New Physics. New York: Simon & Schuster (1983).
_____. The Last Three Minutes: Conjectures about the Ultimate Fate of the Universe. New York: Basic Books (1994).
_____, ed. The New Physics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (1989).
_____. "A New Science of Complexity." New Scientist 26 November 1988.
_____. Other Worlds. London: Dent (1980).
_____. The Physics of Time Asymmetry. Berkeley: University of California Press (1974).
_____. Space and Time in the Modern Universe. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1977.
_____. Superforce. New York: Simon & Schuster (1984).
_____, and John Gribbin. The Matter Myth. New York: Simon & Schuster (1992).
Gribbin, John, and Martin Rees. Cosmic Coincidences: Dark Matter, Mankind, and Anthropic Cosmology. New York: Bantam (1989).
Guth, Alan. The Inflationary Universe. Reading: Addison-Wesley (1997).
Hawking, Stephen W. A Brief History of Time: From the Big Bang to Black Holes. New York: Bantam (1988).
Pagels, Heinz R. The Cosmic Code: Quantum Physics As the Language of Nature. New York: Simon & Schuster (1982).
_____. Perfect Symmetry. New York: Simon & Schuster (1985).
Rees, Martin. Our Home Universe. New York: Oxford (1997).
Smolin, Lee. The Life of The Cosmos. New York: Oxford (1997).
Smoot, George, and Keay Davidson. Wrinkles in Time. New York: William Morrow (1994).
Weinberg, Steven. Dreams of a Final Theory. New York: Pantheon (1992).
_____. The First Three Minutes: A Modern View of the Origin of the Universe. Updated ed., New York: Basic Books (1988).


PART FOUR

Farmer, J. Doyne, Tomaso Toffoli, and Stephen Wolfram, eds. "Cellular automata." Physica 10D Amsterdam (1984).
_____, eds. "Evolution, Games, and Learning: Models for Adaptation in Machines and Nature." Physica 22D Amsterdam (1986).
Gell-Mann, Murray. The Quark and the Jaguar. New York: W.H. Freeman (l994).
Holland, John H. Adaptation in Natural and Artificial Systems. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press (1975).
Kauffman, Stuart A. Origins of Order: Self-Organization and Selection in Evolution. New York: Oxford University Press (1993).
_____, and George Johnson. At Home in the Universe. New York: Oxford University Press (1995).
Langton, Christopher G., ed. Artificial Life. Reading MA: Addison-Wesley (1989).
_____, Charles Taylor, J. Doyne Farmer, and Steen Rasmussen, eds. Artificial Life II. Reading MA: Addison-Wesley (1992).
Pagels, Heinz R. Dreams of Reason: The Computer and the Rise of the Sciences of Complexity. New York: Simon & Schuster (1988).
Toffoli, Tomaso, and Norman Margolus. Cellular Automata Machines. Cambridge: MIT Press (1987).


PART FIVE

Hillis, W. Daniel. The Connection Machine. Cambridge: MIT Press (1985).
_____. "Intelligence as an Emergent Behavior," in Artificial Intelligence, Stephen Graubard, ed. Cambridge: MIT Press (1988).


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