Laws in Darwinian Evolutionary Theory

@article{Ao2006LawsID,
  title={Laws in Darwinian Evolutionary Theory},
  author={Ping Ao},
  journal={CoRR},
  year={2006},
  volume={abs/q-bio/0605020}
}
In the present article the recent works to formulate laws in Darwinian evolutionary dynamics are discussed. Although there is a strong consensus that general laws in biology may exist, opinions opposing such suggestion are abundant. Based on recent progress in both mathematics and biology, another attempt to address this issue is made in the present article. Specifically, three laws which form a mathematical framework for the evolutionary dynamics in biology are postulated. The second law is… CONTINUE READING
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