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The great evolution mystery / Gordon Rattray Taylor; Taylor, Gordon Rattray; New York : Harper & Row, ©1983; A Cornelia & Michael Bessie book."""";""Includes original dust jacket"";""Includes bibliographical references (pages 254-269) and index"";""1. What Darwin said : Did Darwin explain evolution? -- 2. The problem of the giraffe : What Lamarck said -- 3. Patterns of living : Major steps in evolution -- 4. By fits and starts : Why is evolution so jerky? -- 5. Extreme perfection : Did Darwin account for coordinated change? -- 6. Puzzles and plans : The directiveness of evolution -- 7. The unsolved origin of species : Did Darwin explain the origin of species? -- 8. Revolution in genetics : Can genetics rescue the evolutionists? -- 9. Transformation scene : The masking of genes -- 10. The one and the many : Life's giant stride upward -- 11. The origins of life : How did life start? -- 12. Inherited behaviour : The evolution of behaviour -- 13. Chance or purpose : Does God play at dice?"";""Also issued online""

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