>The modern theory of the mechanism of evolution differs from
>Darwinism in three important respects:
> 3.It postulates that speciation is (usually) due to the gradual
>accumulation of small genetic changes. This is equivalent to
>saying that macroevolution is simply a lot of microevolution.
Isn't this Darwinism? I suspect that any characterization of
*The* modern theory of *the* mechanism of evolution will be
poorly received. Are you taking Dawkins as exemplary here?
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