When Darwin proposed the theory of evolution by natural selection, no one knew how heredity worked.
The structure of DNA would not be known for another century.
The human genome would not be glimpsed for yet
another few decades.
It is time to incorporate all we have learned in the past century into our understanding of evolution...
In dramatic contrast to the widely accepted competitive tooth-and-claw-kill-the-competition interpretation of Darwin,
Caporale emphasizes the important role of diversity & cooperation in "fitness." - -- Genomics & Genetics Weekly
Darwin In the Genome