Thursday, October 14, 2010

Self-caused selection?

The organism's shared experiences over time are the causative factors that drive and control its evolution.  The natural selection function operates within those organisms, not simply some autonomous process doing without the need of their assistance until the time arrives for the organisms to somehow in concert accept the use or usage of that randomly generated selection. 
That's tantamount to arguing that purposive behaviors have found their purposes readymade by some non-purposive mechanism of nature.

(More teasers to come.)

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