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Evolution : a theory in crisis ? a review

@inproceedings{Korthof2005EvolutionA,
  title={Evolution : a theory in crisis ? a review},
  author={G. Korthof},
  year={2005}
}
This review consists of a summary, criticism and conclusion of this now classic book. At first the title of this book withheld me from buying it. Crisis? I studied biology and specialised in genetics and evolution, but I never heard of a crisis in Darwinism. Yes, I noticed problems and controversies, the theory was incomplete, but crisis? Now I've got the book from a friend (1) and I read it. Criticism of the fundamentals of Darwinism was not part of my biological training. But once I had gone… Expand

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