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“Beyond neo-Darwinism” revisited: Epigenetics vs. the selfish gene

June 12th, 2018 · No Comments

A reader asks about resources for non-Darwinian evolution theory and this might be a good time to recognize Peter Saunders and Mae-Wan Ho, and their lifetime study of epigenetics: Abstract: Description: Ever since Darwin, there have been challenges to the claim that the natural selection of small random variations is a sufficient explanation of evolution. Even mainstream evolutionists are now beginning to accept that something more is required. The question is whether this will be merely a few add-ons that leave the paradigm unaltered, or whether the whole framework of explanation, including its application to other disciplines, will be changed. – PT Saunders, Theor Biol Forum, 109 (1-2), 123-130 2016 Jan 1

Source: “Beyond neo-Darwinism” revisited: Epigenetics vs. the selfish gene | Uncommon Descent

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