Graduate studies at Western
Philosophy of Science 71 (3):380-401 (2004)
|Abstract||The evolution of the myxoma virus in Australia has been presented for many years as a test case for the hypothesis that group selection can function effectively `in the wild.' This paper critically examines the myxoma case, and argues that its failure as a test case for this hypothesis has broader implications for debates over the levels of selection.|
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