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  • I can see that you could mistake my simplified call for an example to be implicit lamarckism, but I was simply trying to keep things simple.

    Kicking the Legs Out From Under the Willfully Ignorant « Whatever

  • They are the basis of that form of evolution which as lamarckism, and of late in sharp opposition to Darwin as neo-Lamarckism, has distinguished adherents among botanists, zoologists, and palaeontologists.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 8: Infamy-Lapparent

  • In thinking about state science standards, couldn’t somebody accuse me of teaching bad science when i do a lecture on lamarckism, even if it is in a historical context within a science class? after all, it’s not exactly accurate, though historically i guess you could say it’s “factual” as in yeah, lamarck existed and had a specific theory.

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  • In thinking about state science standards, couldn’t somebody accuse me of teaching bad science when i do a lecture on lamarckism, even if it is in a historical context within a science class?

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