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As we have already noted, Darwinian evolution explains the diversity of life as the product of two processes: individually inherited variability acted upon by natural selection (Godfrey-Smith 2009). Ernst Mayr made the point that before Darwin, species were defined normatively in the terms of ideal types. Darwin changed that characterization of life’s forms by introducing ‘population thinking’. Darwinian evolution is only possible because a species comprises populations of diverse individuals upon which natural selection can act (Mayr 1976, 26–9).
Archaeology of the United Arab Emirates: Proceedings of the First International Conference on the Archaeology of the U.A.E. by Daniel T. Potts, Hassan Al Naboodah, Peter Hellyer