Re: [asa] ID question? - TE does or doesn't 'limit evolution'?

From: Gregory Arago <>
Date: Sat Oct 31 2009 - 19:28:50 EDT

Hi David, From my notes on her lecture: "Neo-Darwinism is very bad; it is reductionistic [and] took the life out of biology." "English-speaking biologists still don't agree...they don't get it." "You neo-Darwinists, use your head! Of course it's a group! What is the individual here? It's a community!" "Nature *does* make jumps because [the] parts become more [by] symbiogenesis" "Kozo-Polyansky shouted to the world and it didn't listen." "Nature is much more open and flexible, but people are rigidly trained." Gregory Cf. 2010 first English translation of "Symbiogenesis: A New Principle of Evolution" (1924) ________________________________ From: David Clounch <> To: Gregory Arago <> Cc: George Murphy <>; Ted Davis <>; asa <> Sent: Sun, November 1, 2009 2:02:10 AM Subject: Re: [asa] ID question? - TE does or doesn't 'limit evolution'? I just witnessed Lynn Margulis rail against 'neo-Darwinism' *and* 'western' biologists wrt their supposed 'mechanisms' of 'evolution,' which she thinks are bogus) Can you point to this?  Thanks. __________________________________________________________________ Yahoo! Canada Toolbar: Search from anywhere on the web, and bookmark your favourite sites. Download it now

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