TITLE

LA OMNIPRESENTE SELECCIÓN NATURAL

AUTHOR(S)
Galera, Andrés
PUB. DATE
January 2009
SOURCE
Endoxa;2009, Issue 24, p47
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Natural selection is used as title and argument to think about the model of nature represented by the biological principle of evolution: from Lamarck forward on with a stop in the Darwinian option that in middle century shapes the underlying idea in a selective key. Nature is submitted to the fortuitous principle of surviving under forced competition (natural selection), defining adaptation to the environment as indeed a fortuitous process opposite to a necessary teleological adjustment proposed by the adversary. Evolutionary history can be reconstructed as a collection of continued revenges between defender and supporter of natural selection, explaining how and why nature transforms itself in the course of time towards alternative forms.
ACCESSION #
60952416

 

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