Evolution and Natural Selection, Anthropologically. All cites from Lavenda and Schultz (2012): Anthropology: What Does it Mean to be Human?. Views of Natural World before evolution. Ideas from the Bible & Greek philosophy (LS:31) Greeks: enduring world Bible: Earth was young
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All cites from Lavenda and Schultz (2012): Anthropology: What Does it Mean to be Human?
Drastically over-simplified view of thoughts about evolution, circa 19th century
Evolution joined the “links” on the Great Chain of Being but did not change underlying idea
Genes are dynamic in an environment
Organisms alter the environment
Birds, rodents, algae
Those alterations can change conditions of selection for the next generation
Organisms move to different habitats (52)
Bacteria evolution, circa 19