As on the Recommended Readings Page, the books listed within each hyperlink below are made available for purchase from Amazon.com.
Contemplating his theories, Darwin used to take several turns a day on a walking path he had named "Sandwalk." To impress upon you the importance of focused thought, here is a brief paragraph from the biography Charles Darwin: The Power of Place by Janet Browne:
"But the Sandwalk was his spiritual home. The boys liked to hear the click of his walking stick on the stones as he walked round the path on his own, first the light side, looking over the valley, then the dark side, under the trees. As a businesslike man, he would pile up a mound of flints at the turn of the path and knock one away every time he passed to ensure he made a predetermined number of circuits without having to interrupt his train of thought. Five time around the path amounted to half a mile or so. The Sandwalk was where he pondered. In this soothing routine, a sense of place became preeminent in Darwin's science. It shaped his identity as a thinker." p. 402
Hopefully the list of subject links below and the books within those links will be your Sandwalk stones as you voyage through your evolutionary studies. My wish is that I hope you find your preeminent sense of place and many, many, hours of uninterrupted thought, which in my humble opinion, was the key to Darwin's success.
William A. Spriggs
Biological and Evolutionary Analysis
Evolutionary Psychology & Business Applications
Elementary School Mathematics
Female Body Studies
Feminism and Evolutionary Theory
The Human Mating Game
Law & Sociobiology
Negotiation in Business
Women and Culture
Women and Higher Education
Women and Sports
Women and Sexuality
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