Among the texts reviewed:
How thinking about the role of mind in evolution progressed over the past three lifetimes.
Mind in Evolution as assessed through reviews of major texts
Zoonomia, by Erasmus Darwin Natural Theology, by William Paley Philosophie zoologique, by Jean- Baptiste Lamarck Vestiges of the Natural History of Creation, by Richard Chambers System of Synthetic Philosophy, by Herbert Spencer Darwin and the Darwinians, by Gertrude Himmelfarb Origin of Species, 6th edition, by Charles Darwin Social Environment and Moral Progress, by Alfred Wallace Life and Habit, by Samuel Butler Science and Philosophy of the Organism, by Hans Driesch What is Life? by Erwin Schrödinger Mind and Nature, by Gregory Bateson Creative Evolution, by Henri Bergson The Phenomenon of Man, by Pierre Teilhard de Chardin Biological Principles, by J H Woodger Genetical Theory of Natural Selection, by Ronald A. Fisher The Selfish Gene, by Richard Dawkins The Big Picture, by Sean Carroll Return of the God Hypothesis, by Stephen C Meyer Who’s in Charge? by Michael Gazzaniga Evolution and the Humanities, by David Holbrook Consilience: The Unity of Knowledge, by Edward O Wilson Evolution: A View from the 21st Century, by James Shapiro The Music of Life, by Denis Noble Mind and Cosmos, by Thomas Nagel The Great Evolution Mystery, by Gordon Rattray Taylor Limitations of Evolutionary Theory, by John Maynard Smith