Darwinian Populations and Natural Selection

Oxford, GB: Oxford University Press (2009)
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The book presents a new way of understanding Darwinism and evolution by natural selection, combining work in biology, philosophy, and other fields.

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Introduction and Overview

This introductory chapter deals with Charles Darwin's theory on natural selection and evolution within populations in which theories were widely utilized. Darwin described how the process works with actual-world organisms and environments though there are studies proposing to have a more a... see more

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