Biologists and sociologies criticized E. O. Wilson’s textbook
by rejecting biological determinism, which can steer too close to eugenics,
even though Wilson claimed that only a tenth of human behavior
was determined by genes.
Others criticized Wilson for his theme that evolution is progressive,
called orthogenesis, which its original proponents
described as an alternative to Darwin’s theory of natural selection.
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