He used to be more of a purist and a selectionist
, using only ingredients of a certain degree and quality.
Numerous contributors evoke the two essential offshoots for modern biology, on the one hand, and sociology, on the other, whether they problematize the relation between biological or organic evolution and social or selectionist
evolution, or prefer quite simply to disregard one or the other.
Traditional cognitivists do not accept such a selectionist
This article attempts to answer these questions through a rigorous selectionist
view relating to brain development and the evolutionary integration of these structures and functions of kinesthetic intelligence.
From blind to creative: In defense of Donald Campbell's selectionist
theory of human creativity.
The modern/postmodern context of Skinner's selectionist
turn in 1945.
Current mainstream accounts of cultural behavior are strongly founded on a selectionist
However, in the opinion of Stebbins and Ayala (1981), the "selectionist
" and the "neutralist" views of molecular evolution are competing hypotheses within the framework of the synthetic theory of evolution.
As Haught states: there is a blatant contradiction between an exclusively selectionist
explanation of mind, on the one hand, and the implicit trust you place in your own mind's capacity to arrive at the naked truth, on the other.
account of language learning suggests that only some responses of infants to specific stimuli will produce desired consequences.