The definitive work on the philosophical nature and impact of the theories of Charles Darwin, written by a well-known authority on the history and philosophy of Darwinism.
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On the Origin of Species
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adaptation allele American animals argue argument artificial selection believe better biologists biology birds brains breeders breeding causes cells certainly chapter Charles Darwin Christian chromosomes cladism claim complex consilience culture Daniel Dennett Darwinian Revolution David Hume Dennett Descent discussion evolution evolutionary theory evolutionists evolved explain fact females Figure forms fossil record function genetics Gould happens Hence homozygote humans Hume Huxley hypothesis idea important individual instance instinct islands issue kind living look males matter metaphor Michael Ruse miracles molecular molecules morality move natural selection naturalistic offspring organisms Origin of Species paleontologist perhaps philosophical physical population problem produce progress question reason religion Richard Dawkins Ruse scientific scientist sense sexual selection simply social struggle for existence things Thomas Henry Huxley thought tion true variation Whewell William Whewell Wilson