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Wednesday, April 8, 2009 at 7:37 PM |  

In this gripping accompaniment to the BBC television series of the same name, Robert Winston delves into the inconsistencies so apparent in much of human existence - our irrational decisions, beliefs, urges and interests - and shows that our genetic baggage affects our psychology much as our ape ancestors influence our physical features. The unpredictability of human behaviour is dissected in terms of many influences - instinctive, physiological, rational and emotional and, inevitably, the awesomely pervasive influence of sex. Fertility expert, politician, television presenter and peer of the realm, the incomparable Professor Winston needs little introduction. He writes very much in the way he presents his TV series, so we do get the occasional patronising 'pity about the ladies', and a distinctly conventional medical view of childbirth, along with some contentious discussions of the origins of male sexual jealousy and rape.


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