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David Chalmers (ANU, NYU)
Rafael De Clercq
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This short book has been a sketch of the ways in which a Darwinian left would diﬀer from the traditional left that we have come to know over the past two hundred years. In closing, I shall ﬁrst draw together, in point form, some of the features that I think would distinguish a Darwinian left from previous versions of the left, both old and new; these are features that I think a Darwinian left should embrace today. Then I will cast a glance at more distant prospects.
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