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Glasersfeld E. von (1980) Viability and the concept of selection. American Psychologist 35(11): 970–974. Fulltext at
The question of whether or not evolutionary explanations are, in fact, logically of the same type as explanations in, say, mechanics or physics has hardly been touched upon. I shall argue that they are not of the same type, that they are based on a different conceptual framework, and that the relationship between sociobiology and the “remainder of science” is, therefore, a peculiar one.

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