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Biodiversity and the Evolutionary Roots of Beauty

June 16, 2006

Biodiversity and the Evolutionary Roots of Beauty
Ecologist Gordon Orians discusses how our aesthetic responses to our environment are rooted in evolutionary history, and considers why cultures have been so captivated by the unusual and rare in nature, in his talk at the American Museum of Natural History.