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

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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