Creative Evolution?!

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John Howland Campbell, J. William Schopf
Jones & Bartlett Learning, 1994 - Medical - 112 pages
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Thsi text is designed as a supplemental reader for any evolution course or for readers who are interested in expanding their knowledge on evolutionary discussions. bull; bull;Evolution
  

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Contents

DARWINS REVOLUTION
1
CHAPTER
2
NATURAL SELECTION AS A CREATIVE PROCESS
10
CHANCE AND NECESSITY
16
VALUES IN SCIENCE
20
MICRO AND MACROEVOLUTION
29
CHAPTER 3
35
GENE SHARING IN
58
CHAPTER 5
75
SUMMARY
83
ORGANISMS CAN RELEASE EVOLUTION FROM MUTATION
90
WHICH DEPLOYMENTS OF NATURAL SELECTION CREATED HUMANS?
97
GLOSSARY
103
SUBJECT INDEX
109
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About the author (1994)

John H. Campbell, Ph.D. (St. Cloud, MN), is a professor in the criminal justice department at St. Cloud State University, the former Unit Chief of the FBI's Behavioral Science Unit, and the coauthor (with Don DeNevi) of Into the Minds of Madmen (see page 52).

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