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« Evolutionary psychology | Main | Palmer, Thornhill, and their critics »

May 25, 2007


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I find myself comfortable imagining selection pressures operating on genes through an intermediary i.e. the putative processing device of stimulus, automator of response and regulator of the biochemistry.

How wrong could I be?

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