Monthly Archives: October 2010

Important Differences Between Darwin’s Writings and Alfred Russel Wallace’s

I have been reading about some of the important differences between Darwin’s writings and Wallace’s. Darwin’s was decidedly more materialistic. Additionally, “Although Wallace always claimed to follow Darwin, in fact he increasingly distanced himself from the anti-teleology so prevalent in … Continue reading

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The Dynamic Determinism Triad Behaves Like a “Cat’s Cradle”

According to the Dynamic Determinism model, biological types at the family taxonomic level can be understood as a triad consisting of three mutually conjoined rings. These rings are genetics, gestation, and reproduction. On the perimeter of the triad are three … Continue reading

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