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David Loye is co-founder of The General Evolution Research Group and Vice President of the Center for Partnership Studies. Among his books are the award-winning The Healing of a Nation; The Leadership Passion; and The Sphinx and the Rainbow.




Major Works
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"The Healing of A Nation" [1971]


Darwin  Anniversary  Book  Cycle
Following the longterm success "The Healing of A Nation" [1971], California author David Loye
founded Benjamin Franklin Press and issued a series of six volumes establishing the strategies for
battling regressive forces who deny the validity of science, including the science of evolution.
The timing of publication roughly covered the 200th anniversary of Charles Darwin's birth.

Bankrolling Evolution book by David Loye  "Bankrolling Evolution: A Program For A President" [2007]
by David Loye

A bold new exploration of how an alliance of progressive science, progressive spirituality, and progressive American leadership can dig out from the disaster of the Bush years and get human evolution back on track
Benjamin Franklin Press 9x6 pb [1/2007] for $15.00
Measuring Evolution book by David Loye  "Measuring Evolution: A Leadership Guide To The Health and Wealth of Nations" [2007] by David Loye
Presents the concept of 'Global Sounding', a new instrument for measuring our local, national, and planetary health and well-being on 15 basic indicators of evolution
Benjamin Franklin Press 9x6 pb [1/2007] for $15.00
Darwin's Lost Theory book by David Loye  "Darwin's Lost Theory: Bridge To A Better World" [2000]
Part I describes "A Young Man's Bold Vision" and the well-known theories behind "The Origin of Species"; but major elements of Darwin's thought were never part of the popular conversation, so Part II takes a look at Darwin's career thirty years later, in "An Old Man's Surprises"
Benjamin Franklin Press 9x6 pb [9/2007] for $16.42
toExcel 9x6 pb [2000] out of print/used
Darwin On Love book by David Loye  "Darwin On Love: The New Story of Evolution" [2007] by David Loye
Using a computerized word count of "Descent of Man", the author discovered that Darwin only wrote twice about 'survival of the fittest', but 95 times about love!  Part I: "The Discovery of Love" relates Darwin's personal history; Part II: "The Parables of Love" gives 95 examples from the animal world; and Part III: "The Triumph of Love" explores the bond of love, which Darwin holds as more important than either mechanical survival or ruthless self-interest.
Benjamin Franklin Press 9x6 pb [9/2007] for $13.81
Derailing Evolution book by David Loye  
"The Derailing of Evolution and The 100-Year Battle To Reclaim Our Darwinian Future" [not yet published] by David Loye
According to the author's website, this book is being replaced by the 'Darwin and The Battle For Human Survival' Trilogy (see below), for which Book I was published in 2010 and not much else has happened since. Stay tuned?
Telling the New Story book by David Loye  "Telling The New Story: The Place For Every One of Us In Evolution"
[not yet published] by David Loye

Not about the teaching of evolution, but about the evolution of education, with study guides for teachers of K-12 and curricula designed to shift away from the old Darwinian paradigm.

'Darwin and The Battle For Human Survival' Trilogy

Darwin's Second Revolution book by David Loye  Book I: "Darwin's Second Revolution" [2010] by David Loye
in three parts: The Triumph of The Neos; A New Language For Evolution and Revolution; and The Rise and Fall of The Super Neos
Benjamin Franklin Press 9x6 pb [10/2010] for $18.95
Book II: "The Battle of The Books" [not yet published]
Book III: "Up Against The Paradigm" [not yet published]

"... in all these books by all these people, to whom in one way or another Darwin has been meaningful, we have been looking at a sampling of the higher order minds of the 20th century ... And is not the most unsettling message this? That no matter how brilliant we are, how well educated, how brave, strong, or independent-minded we think we are, the invisible power of the over-riding paradigm we've explored, which worldwide still enslaves practically all of us from birth to death, can lead us around like a dancing bear with a ring through its nose?"
— David Loye




Other Works

Toward A Fully Human Theory of Evolution book edited by David Loye  "The Great Adventure: Toward A Fully Human Theory of Evolution" [2004]
Edited by David Loye

Foreword by Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi; contributors include Ken Bausch, Raymond Bradley, Alexander Christakis, Allan Combs, Riane Eisler, Sally Goerner, Ervin Laszlo, editor Loye, Alfonso Montuori, Ruth Richards & Stanley Saltho
S.U.N.Y. Press 9x6½ pb [3/2004] out of print/used
S.U.N.Y. Press 9x6¼ hardcover [3/2004] for $70.60




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