Is Darwinism past its “sell-by” date? The Origin of Species at 150

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Many people worry that the theory of evolution that Charles Darwin gave in his Origin of Species is now dated and no longer part of modern science. This essay challenges this claim, arguing that the central core of the Origin is as vital today as it ever was, although naturally the science keeps moving on. Darwin provided the foundation not the finished product
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DOI 10.1016/j.shpsc.2010.11.012
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