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David Sloan Wilson
Author of This View of Life: Completing the Darwinian Revolution
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My conversation with on includes , conscious evolution, and much more. A 2nd installment focusing on MLS theory will follow!
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David Sloan Wilson 12h
Well done! One of my favorite philosophers. Very knowledgeable about .
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David Sloan Wilson 12h
Neither! San Francisco.
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David Sloan Wilson 12h
Fascinating discussion of bottom-up systems-level solution of immigration problems at ⁦ event.
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Joan Silk May 21
Today, I reread Tinbergen's 1963 paper "On aims and methods in ethology" : "...our science will aways need naturalists and observers as well as experimenters" Still incredibly on point.
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David Sloan Wilson May 21
Want to know what ⁦⁩ reads? Here is the bookshelf in his office! ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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David Sloan Wilson May 20
Very interesting!
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David Sloan Wilson May 18
Friends in the Seattle area: Meet me and at the Town Hall on May 20, where we will have a wide-ranging discussion on .
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David Sloan Wilson May 18
Wait! Evolution includes both proximate and ultimate causation. Dobzhansky studied primarily proximate causation. In fact, he neglected the study of ultimate causation for Drosophila. Check out this interview with his student, Richard Lewontin:
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David Sloan Wilson May 16
Congrats to both!
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David Sloan Wilson May 16
Could be that was so stunned by my insights that he was rendered speechless. Or, he's a busy guy and hasn't gotten around to it yet. 😀
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David Sloan Wilson May 15
.Susan Mazur accuses me of being a bogus scientist 🤣 :
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David Sloan Wilson May 15
RCTs are good as far as they go but they should be regarded as only one tool in a toolkit of assessment methods. The important thing is to have rigorous assessment of policies, something that does exist in some sectors but not in many others.
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David Sloan Wilson May 14
Damn right! Needed to study all products of evolution!
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David Sloan Wilson May 14
Well done! On its way to becoming a classic!
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David Sloan Wilson May 13
I'm delighted that you are the featured speaker at this year's . Here is an interview that I did with the founder:
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David Sloan Wilson May 13
Do you work with groups to enhance their performance and vision for the future? Then consider taking this online course starting May 24, which will make you part of the Prosocial community .
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David Sloan Wilson May 13
Friends in the Seattle area--join and me at the Town Hall to discuss . It will be a blast! editors and will be present.
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