The Selfish Gene: by Richard Dawkins - Book Summary - Readtrepreneur(Disclaimer: This is NOT the original book, but an unofficial summary.)An entirely different approach to one of the most controversial theories in the world. The Selfish Gene is a reformulation of the theory of natural selection developed by Charles Darwin. This classic is focused on the nature of altruism and selfishness that creatures have. Despite that any living creature is focused on his well-being, the study reveals that they have a natural sense of altruism as well. Many creatures have a tendency of sacrificing themselves for their loved ones' safety.(Note: This summary is wholly written and published by Readtrepreneur. It is not affiliated with the original author in any way)"Any altruistic system is inherently unstable, because it is open to abuse by selfish individuals, ready to exploit it." - Richard DawkinsRichard Dawkins' title is an interesting look into the nature of living creatures. An incredibly complex topic developed perfectly so any person interested in reading it can enjoy and learn a lot from the book. Richard Dawkins reveals many things we didn't know about Charles Darwin's natural selection theory.P.S. The Selfish Gene is an extremely informative book which will teach you a lot about the most primal side of any living creature.