Phylogenetic Conflict Is Common and the “Hierarchy” Is Far from “Perfect”

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It’s simply false for Dawkins to claim that when you compare genes of different animals, they “fall on a perfectly hierarchy — a perfect family tree.” Source
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When Darwinism Reigns, “The Pyramid Is the Point”

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The Darwinian view encourages a way of interacting with others where the aim is to “humiliate [one’s] lesser brethren, just to remind them who’s boss.” Source
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