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In Lifelines, biologist Steven Rose offers a powerful alternative to the ultradarwinist claims of Dawkins, . Wilson, Daniel Dennett and others. Rose argues against an extreme reductionist approach that would make the gene the key to understanding human nature, in favor of a more complex and richer vision of life. He urges instead that we focus on the organism and in particular on the organism's lifeline: the trajectory it takes through time and space. Our personal lifeline, Rose points out, is unique-even identical twins, with identical genes at birth, will differ over time.
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He is emeritus professor of Biology and Neurobiology at the Open University and Gresham College, London
He is emeritus professor of Biology and Neurobiology at the Open University and Gresham College, London. Born in London, United Kingdom, he was brought up as an Orthodox Jew, Rose says that he decided to become an atheist when he was eight years old. He went to a direct grant school in northwest London which operated a numerus clausus restricting the numbers of Jewish students.
Biological Determinism and Towards a Liberatory Biology in the early 1980s), and in the mid-1980s the . The physicist Steven Weinberg has argued this reductionist case with elegance and passion in his book Dreams of a Final Theory.
Biological Determinism and Towards a Liberatory Biology in the early 1980s), and in the mid-1980s the geneticist Dick Lewontin, psychologist Leo Kamin and I wrote Not in Our Genes, intended as a comprehensive attempt to analyse and contest both the ideology and scientific claims of biological determinism. These of course were far from the only rebuttals in what became something of a battle of the books.
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