'… philosophers of economics might feel that this book focuses too much on evolutionary theory, but I believe that it tackles a lot of questions that are of interest for them as well. It also shows that there is a lot we do not yet understand … Evolution and Rationality provides strong evidence that biologists, economists and philosophers have a lot to gain from discussing these issues together.'
Wiljan Van Den Berge
Source: Erasmus Journal for Philosophy and Economics
'Evolution and Rationality is a stimulating collection of work that should be of interest to philosophers, biologists, psychologists and economists alike … the book is an excellent and much needed contribution to an area that demands interdisciplinary attention.'
Source: Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences
'… despite the increasing amount of literature on evolution and on rationality, this book represents a good picture of the state of the art and, at the same time, a useful tool for people studying cooperation and evolution.'
Source: International Review of Economics
'Evolution and Rationality is ideal for getting up to speed on the issues at the overlap of economic rationality and evolutionary theory.'
Source: Journal of Economics and Philosophy