On Having a World View. LIFS 691 Advanced Evolution. My Dissertation Advisor. Arthur E. Dunham, Ph.D. Think deeply about your world view. A good world view enables one to achieve a greater understanding with less work.
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On Having a World View
My Dissertation Advisor
Arthur E. Dunham, Ph.D.
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Typology of a Scientist
Natural selection is the primary process by which evolution proceeds; over long time scales, this process occurs most strongly at the level of the individual (or below). Macroevolution is merely microevolution over a long period of time.
A proximate cause must be known before an ultimate cause can be identified because proximate (behavioral, physiological, or developmental) processes determine the costs and benefits of phenotypes.
A general theory can explain phenomena in the majority of cases. Such theories are bound to be complex because ecological and evolutionary phenomena stem from multiple causes.