Is the Neo-Darwinian Synthesis Robust Enough to Withstand the Challenge of Recent Discoveries in Molecular Biology and Molecular Evolution?

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The impact of recent developments in molecular biology and molecular evolution on the concepts of "units of selection", the "levels of selection", and the "limits of selection" are discussed.
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