ONE BIG FAMILY
"Children Non Fiction"
Santiago Ginnobili. Illustrations by Guido Ferro
From a very young age Santiago Ginnobili showed great interest in nature, although when it comes to training, he decided on philosophy. When he read for the first time "The Origin of Species", he was convinced that Charles Darwin was the most important scientist and philosopher he had ever read. Today Santiago is Professor at the University of Buenos Aires and at the National University of Quilmes, in the area of philosophy of science, and researches at CONICET (Argentina National Council for S...
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A BIG FAMILY tells the most wonderful story. The one of all life. Yours, mine, ours. It's the story of people seeking new and better answers, people raising questions that no one ever raised before.
People who travel, observe, collect, taste, touch, dig, climb...
It's Darwin's story. The story of how he bravely investigated and helped us better understand who we are and where we come from. The story of how he showed us that the world is more complex, beautiful and interesting than previously thought. The story of how his ideas encourage us to think in a daring and original way.
Would Darwin suspect that his ideas would change the world and the way we consider our place in nature?