By: Gary Cziko
385 pages, Figs
An account of the emergence of fit which suggests that all novel forms of adapted complexity proceed from an evolutionary process involving cumulative blind variation and selection. Cziko applies this provocative selectionist theory to a wide range of subjects including biology, immunology, neuroscience, psychology, anthropology, education, linguistics and computer science.
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