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Oyama S., Griffiths P. E. & Gray R. D. (2001) Introduction: What is developmental systems theory. In: Oyama S., Griffiths P. E. & Gray R. D. (eds.) Cycles of contingency: Developmental systems and evolution. MIT Press, Cambridge MA: 1–11. Fulltext at
Excerpt: DST views both development and evolution as processes of construction and recon-struction in which heterogeneous resources are contingently but more or less reliably reassembled for each life cycle. It is a general theoretical perspective on development, heredity and evolution, a framework both for conducting scientific research and for understanding the broader significance of research findings.

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