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An important instance of this is the disagreement over the level at which speciation and evolution occurs. 18 Behind this apparently technical clash is a much 16 17 18 Origin, supra, note 11 at 429. See A. Somit and S. Petersen, The Dynamics of Evolution (1992) and S. J. Gould, Ontogeny and Phylogeny (1977). For an accessible introduction to this technical debate, see S. J. Gould, Wonderful Life: The Burgess Shale and the Nature of History (1989). See, for example, R. Dawkins, The Extended Phenotype: The Long Reach of the Gene (1999) and R.
Picking up on these themes, Daniel Dennett argues that absolutely everything, including culture, religion, language, psychology, and morality, is subject to and conditioned by natural selection. Chastising others for their fearful failure to accept the full ramifications of Darwin’s “dangerous idea,” 19 R. Dawkins, The Blind Watchmaker 180 and 318 (1986). See also R. Dawkins, The Selfish Gene (1976). 38 Evolution and the Common Law he offers an understanding of natural selection as an uncompromising denial of all biological essentialism and as a neutral, algorithmic process, applicable to an extremely wide range of phenomena and capable of achieving immense feats by slow accumulation over large extents of time and space.
Echoing the words of his yet-to-be-published review of The Origin, Wilberforce made sport with Darwin and his earnest defenders. ”5 At the end of his rather bombastic harangue and with the meeting already running to two hours, Wilberforce turned to Huxley, who was sitting close by him, and said, “I should like to ask Professor Huxley who is about to tear me to pieces when I sit down, as to his belief in being descended from an ape. ” Wilberforce sat down to thunderous applause. As Huxley stood up to speak, the tension was high.