The title of the full issue is “The Evolution of Evolution.” I haven’t read very much yet, but some of the articles that caught my eye are
“Testing Natural Selection with Genetics,” by H. Allen Orr, an appraisal of natural selection as a major cause of evolution.
“The Latest Face of Evolution in the Classroom,” by Glenn Branch and Eugenie C. Scott, a description of how creationist strategies have evolved as the environment changed.
“The Evolution of Hiccups and Hernias,” by Neil Shubin, a depressing look at what kludges we are.
“Evolution of the Mind: 4 Fallacies of Psychology,” by David J. Buller, a skeptical examination of “pop” evolutionary psychology.
“Putting Evolution to Work in the Everyday World,” by David P. Mindell, a description of how evolutionary principles are used in, for example, medicine and disease control.
*I was going to leave it at that (and apologize to Woody Allen).