Dictionary of Human Evolution and Biology

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Second Darwinian Revolution

So-called because of certain proposed solutions to problems that Charles Darwin had admittedly left unsolved by his theory of natural selection, apparent solutions presented by William D. Hamilton, John Maynard Smith, Edward O. Wilson and their students, and the writer Richard Dawkins. Foremost among these solutions was to the problem of altruism.

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