[The Selfish Gene] E–pub Í Richard Dawkins


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The Selfish Gene Free download ¼ 9 Ion copies and has been translated into over 25 different languagesabout the authorrichard dawkins born in 1941 is often considered as the father of evolutionary biology he first coined the term ‘meme’ in his revolutionary book the selfish gene he is a renowned ethologist and evolutionary biologist he taught public understanding of science in oxford for over a decade he has written many books on biology and some of his notable works include the god delusion and the blind watchmaker. On 27 December 1831 a young naturalist by the name of Charles Robert Darwin set upon a voyage of discovery on the HMS Beagle which was to last five years and take him all over the globe He came back with a lot of specimens copious scientific notes and an explosive theory which was to rock the world of ideas the theory of evolution by natural selection Suddenly God became an unnecessary and unlikely hypothesis man was pulled down from his high throne as the master of creation and existence became a cacophony of chance events rather than a carefully co ordinated orchestra Naturally the religious establishment rebelled But like all ideas whose time had come evolution hung on with great tenacity to become the widely accepted idea it is todayI have been fascinated with the idea ever since I was introduced to it in high school As far as I am concerned the very argument that theists put forward against evolution is its greatest strength viz the complexity of the natural world According to the believer such a complex and perfect whatever that means system has to have an architect behind it But the fact is that it is not perfect nature is dynamic What we perceive as stability is homeostasis a seething mass of life eating one another and being eaten and as nature shifts her stance so does life whole species dying out like the dinosaurs to make way for othersBut wait Humans are different aren t we We compete true but we also show altruism People lay down their life to protect their progeny their brothers and sisters their countrymen if we were selfish survival machines why would we do this It means we have the spark of divinity within us doesn t itWell not exactly according to Richard Dawkins It only means we have the Selfish Gene within us The Selfish Gene needs no introduction This is one of those iconic pop science books which everyone seems to have read like The Naked Ape by Desmond Morris I was a bit late well about 37 years in getting to it However the book has lost none of the charm and the idea any of its power due to the ravages of time if at all it has become strongerWhat is a geneDawkins confesses that there is no universally agreed definition of gene We now know that the blueprint for building of each human being is coded in 23 pairs of chromosomes one of every pair being inherited from each parent The code inside the chromosome is written in DNA molecules the famous Double Helix that Dawkins terms the Immortal Coils The DNA molecules are replicators They replicate themselves they also manufacture proteins the basic building block of life as we know it These DNA molecules some version of them were the original life in the primeval soup they reproduced themselves and competed with one another to survive Natural selection defined which lasted and which died awayDawkins defines a gene a definition borrowed from G C Williams as any part of chromosomal material that potentially lasts for enough generations to serve as a unit of natural selection In other words a gene is a copier with high copying fidelity that is it ensures that it copies itself without mistakes so that longevity in the form of copies is ensuredSo in the primeval soup these genes went on happily competing with each other evolving newer and newer ways of surviving in an environment which got increasingly complex As part of survival technology the genes built a lot of machines bunching together to form gene complexes in the context The machines got and complex from the single cell amoeba to the human beingDawkins starts the book with the uestion Why are people This is his answer so that the gene can survive and replicate We are nothing but vehicles for the genes who exist to ensure their survivalPretty disillusioning isn t it But Dawkins is far from done After pulling down humanity from its pedestal as the pinnacle of creation he proceeds to explain all the lofty sentiments such as love altruism sacrifice etc as the result of strategies for gene survival extremely selfish strategies at that It is very difficult to stomach for a generation which has been trained to behold human beings as somehow special and the above sentiments as the proof of their exclusivity which separate them from the lower animals As one disgusted poster said in one of the fora where this book was discussed So altruism is like going to the potty Oh dear But even though disheartening at first as Dawkins begins to back up his arguments with solid scientific reasoning it is difficult to dispute him and difficult not to get excited when he presents his theory with mathematical precisionAggression and StabilityOne of the most common arguments put forward against evolution is that an uncontrolled state of aggression will lead to a free for all and the stable environment we see cannot exist Dawkins explains this with the concept of an ESS Evolutionary Stable Strategy which leads to a dynamic euilibrium or homeostasis he posits a theoretical society populated by pure aggressors hawks and pure pacifists doves and proves logically that over a period of time the number of hawks and doves will stabilise in roughly eual proportion This is because it is not the survival machines which are having the final say on who will win it is the genes This concept is further expanded with fine variations on the behavior ultimately every time a dynamically stable configuration resultsIn Chapter 12 Nice Guys Finish First added as part of the second edition Dawkins takes this theory further and presents a varying set of evolutionary strategies modelled on Game Theory It describes in detail various evolutionary stratagems he tried out on his computer with contributions from a lot of scientists and the outcomes This is a fascinating analysis and in my opinion the most interesting part of the book but that may just be the engineer in me who loves anything mathematicalAltruismOh yes The old stumbling block The favourite saw of the creationists If we are all selfish how does altruism come into the picture Why do parents sacrifice themselves for their children why do siblings do the same for each other why do we co operate at all Should we not be at each other s throats all the timeNo according to Dawkins If we look at it from the gene s point of view it all makes perfect senseWhen we are talking of genes we are talking of gene pools here a group of genes working together so that the survival of each is maximised Dawkins makes a brilliant analogy to a rowing team If a coach is choosing a team he would over a period end up with a group who can pull in such a way that the winning chance is maximised an individual rower however brilliant he is would find no place in the team if he did not contribute to the group effort In the case of genes natural selection plays the role of the coach Those genes which could not co operate simply get discarded in the evolutionary race over a period of timeAlso one should bear in mind that a gene is not a single physical bit of DNA it is all replicas of a particular bit of DNA distributed throughout the world A gene might be able to assist replicas of itself that are sitting in other bodies If so this could be the origin of altruism Dawkins calls it genesmanship He spends four chapters explaining how it applies to siblings offspring lovers and apparent strangers In the last chapter The Long Reach of the Gene Dawkins extrapolates the above argument to how the gene in one species can extend its reach to another species possibly to the detriment of the latter to explain parasitismOne may take it or leave it but the arguments are well thought out and presented with great clarity with cold scientific logic There are no opinions here It makes fascinating reading even though the mathematical analysis may put some offMemesThe concept of the meme is possibly the most revolutionary one expressed in this book Dawkins defines a meme as a unit of cultural transmission a basic idea which gets replicated in human brains in the primeval soup of human culture which according to him is in the same state as the biological soup was at the dawn of life on earth To uote the author himselfExamples of memes are tunes ideas catch phrases clothes fashions ways of making pots or of building arches Just as genes propagate themselves in the gene pool by leaping from body to body via sperms or eggs so memes propagate themselves in the meme pool by leaping from brain to brain via a process which in the broad sense can be called imitationAccording Dawkins all prevalent ideas including the idea of God is a meme the meme survives because it has a survival value in the meme pool If we subscribe to this idea the whole intellectual arena is nothing but a group of memes grappling for survival not a very edifying thought It seems Dawkins appreciates this because he ends the chapter on memes with the speculation that man has the capacity for genuine disinterested true altruism He says We are built as gene machines and cultured as meme machines but we have the power to turn against our creators We alone on earth can rebel against the tyranny of the selfish replicators I as a fan of the Jungian idea of the Collective Unconscious could not help speculating on whether the meme could be embedded way down in the gene itself Maybe the Collective Unconscious is nothing but little bits of consciousness embedded inside the DNA which guided the process of survival If so it could be case for Intelligent Design or rather Intelligent EvolutionThis is one of those pop science books which are enlightening and enjoyable at the same time A must read Read the review also on my BLOG The Rook, au service surnaturel de sa majesté (1) public understanding of science in oxford for over a decade he has written many books on biology and some of his notable works include the god delusion and the blind watchmaker. On 27 December 1831 a young naturalist by the name of Charles Robert Darwin set upon a voyage of discovery on the HMS Beagle which was to last five years and take him all over the globe He came back with a lot of specimens copious scientific notes and an explosive theory which was to rock the world of ideas the theory of evolution by natural selection Suddenly God became an unnecessary and unlikely hypothesis man was Des mots sans culottes pulled down from his high throne as the master of creation and existence became a cacophony of chance events rather than a carefully co ordinated orchestra Naturally the religious establishment rebelled But like all ideas whose time had come evolution hung on with great tenacity to become the widely accepted idea it is todayI have been fascinated with the idea ever since I was introduced to it in high school As far as I am concerned the very argument that theists El turco: Diez siglos a las puertas de Europa (Historia) put forward against evolution is its greatest strength viz the complexity of the natural world According to the believer such a complex and Enquête dans le brouillard perfect whatever that means system has to have an architect behind it But the fact is that it is not La ballade de Pern - intégrale perfect nature is dynamic What we Bien rédiger pour le Web, 4e édition: Stratégie de contenu pour améliorer son référencement naturel perceive as stability is homeostasis a seething mass of life eating one another and being eaten and as nature shifts her stance so does life whole species dying out like the dinosaurs to make way for othersBut wait Humans are different aren t we We compete true but we also show altruism People lay down their life to Nips XI Takeaways protect their Josefine Mutzenbacher oder Die Geschichte einer wienerischen Dirne von ihr selbst erzählt progeny their brothers and sisters their countrymen if we were selfish survival machines why would we do this It means we have the spark of divinity within us doesn t itWell not exactly according to Richard Dawkins It only means we have the Selfish Gene within us The Selfish Gene needs no introduction This is one of those iconic Fahrenheit 451 pop science books which everyone seems to have read like The Naked Ape by Desmond Morris I was a bit late well about 37 years in getting to it However the book has lost none of the charm and the idea any of its Watchtower power due to the ravages of time if at all it has become strongerWhat is a geneDawkins confesses that there is no universally agreed definition of gene We now know that the blueprint for building of each human being is coded in 23 The Prestige pairs of chromosomes one of every Dari Subuh hingga Malam pair being inherited from each Petites habitudes, grandes réussites: 51 pratiques inspirantes pour devenir la meilleure version de soi-même (EYROLLES) parent The code inside the chromosome is written in DNA molecules the famous Double Helix that Dawkins terms the Immortal Coils The DNA molecules are replicators They replicate themselves they also manufacture Développez votre site web avec le framework Symfony3 (OpenClassrooms) proteins the basic building block of life as we know it These DNA molecules some version of them were the original life in the Leaving Atlanta A Novel primeval soup they reproduced themselves and competed with one another to survive Natural selection defined which lasted and which died awayDawkins defines a gene a definition borrowed from G C Williams as any Dictionnaire amoureux de Mozart part of chromosomal material that Extrait Les Derniers Jours de Rabbit Hayes potentially lasts for enough generations to serve as a unit of natural selection In other words a gene is a copier with high copying fidelity that is it ensures that it copies itself without mistakes so that longevity in the form of copies is ensuredSo in the Fighting the Inevitable FTI Saga #1 primeval soup these genes went on happily competing with each other evolving newer and newer ways of surviving in an environment which got increasingly complex As Fairy Oak part of survival technology the genes built a lot of machines bunching together to form gene complexes in the context The machines got and complex from the single cell amoeba to the human beingDawkins starts the book with the uestion Why are Vogliamo tutto people This is his answer so that the gene can survive and replicate We are nothing but vehicles for the genes who exist to ensure their survivalPretty disillusioning isn t it But Dawkins is far from done After Le mémento du conducteur de travaux: Préparation et suivi de chantier pour les marchés publics et privés. pulling down humanity from its Le mémento du conducteur de travaux: Préparation et suivi de chantier pour les marchés publics et privés. pedestal as the Mon cahier de vacances Pat'Patrouille PS vers la MS pinnacle of creation he Strate-à-gemmes proceeds to explain all the lofty sentiments such as love altruism sacrifice etc as the result 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The Selfish Gene Free download ¼ 9 The selfish gene is a book on evolutionary biology the book was written by richard dawkins the author contradicts the theory generated in the 1960’s by biologists which says that evolution depends on the organism and its group through this book the author explains the human aspects of altruism and kindnessrichard dawkins has coined many new terms and theories in this book regarding genes and has completely revolutionised biology through his findings he gives an example saying that th. Didactic patronizing condescending and arguably neo intellectual twaddle I do not believe in a God certainly not any God that s been conceived by man but I also believe Richard Dawkins is a self satisfied thought Nazi who is as fundamental in his view of religion as any right wing minister Fundamentalists of all faiths scare me and atheism is just as much a faith as any religion The existence or non existence of a God cannot be proven nor can the existence or non existence of a soul and faith is an abstract experience with implications that are fundamentally unresponsive to study As such pursuits like Dawkins often boil down to one type of faith in reason vs another type of faith in a God Many people love Dawkins He is certainly intelligent and writes as such but he lacks wisdom and imagination To me that s the flaw in all of his work from The Selfish Gene to The God Delusion The idea that one human being can know enough about the nature of the universe to make the sweeping declarations Dawkins makes is preposterous to me and no credible than the sweeping declarations of Jerry Falwell or Pat RobertsonNC

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The Selfish Gene Free download ¼ 9 E gene responsible for the fight against the disease improves the chances of its own replication and also passes on to the newer generationswith concepts regarding evolution genes altruism the selfish gene is a book with new ideas the book was published by oxford university press in 2007 and is available in paperback key features the book provides a different view about evolution using a gene centric view and the author states that the genes drive evolutionthe book has sold over a mill. I read the 30th anniversary edition of this book it is a true classic I note that there are over 48000 ratings and 1400 reviews of this book on Goodreads Richard Dawkins put an entirely original slant on Darwin s theory of natural selection The book has turned people around to the understanding that the gene plays the single most central role in natural selection rather than the individual organism Over the course of generations evolution plays a role to ensure the survival of the genes not the individual or the speciesAlthough the book is 30 years old it has stood the test of time There are a few passages primarily about computers that are 30 years out of date But the vast majority of the book seems to have held up uite wellDawkins prose is very approachable by the layman There is a bare minimum of technical jargon uite different from most other books about genetics that I ve been reading in recent years Dawkins takes the time to explain things often with appropriate metaphors There are very few diagrams in the book additional figures could help clarify some points in my opinionMuch of the book is really about the role of game theory in understanding genetics Dawkins devotes several chapters to describe how various traits controlled by genes are held in an ESS Evolutionarily Stable Strategy a term that Dawkins uses uite often that I think is a synonym for the game theory term stable euilibrium Dawkins shows how an ESS is approached over the course of iterations of a game that is to same over many generations These chapters were especially interesting to me as I recently took an online course on the subject of game theoryIt is in this book that Dawkins coined the now famous term meme The meme is a cultural analog of the biological gene A meme seeks to self perpetuate and mutates if that aids its self preservation Dawkins devotes an entire fascinating chapter to his concept of the memeThroughout the book Dawkins deals with the dichotomy between the selfishness reuired for survival and the altruism of human behavior How do we explain altruism Dawkins explores this dilemma over and over again showing in virtually every case how the selfishness of genes can help to explain apparent altruistic behavior of the individual This is an absolutely fascinating book I highly recommend it to anyone who is interested in genetics evolution or sociology


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