The Evolution of Evolutionary Theory

Philosophy Now 71 (Jan/Feb):6-8 (2009)
Evolutionary theory has evolved over time, but has there ever been a paradigm shift in evolutionary biology?
Keywords evolutionary theory  Darwinism  paradigm shifts
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