In article <Pine.SGI.3.91.950404110703.3318B-100000 at bambi.ccs.fau.edu>
Tom Holroyd, tomh at BAMBI.CCS.FAU.EDU writes:
> Goodwin reminds us that the organism
>is a unity, in principle irreducible.
Neo-Darwinists have known for ages that the organism is
not reducible simply to genotype. Organisms are the product
of an incredibly complex *interaction* between genotype
and environment. One must understand the environmental input
in order to understand the organism, just as much as one
must know the genes. This is basic - nothing
revolutionary about it.
dmarshal at umich.edu