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Re: Three Questions for deWaal

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Before reading Damasio, Looking for Spinoza, I leaned strongly toward PeterDF's position; now I am not so sure, and am headed back toward bricoleur's. My logic has, for a long time, run like this: We know that evolved attributes develop gradually (I know that ever since Darwin there have been challenges to this central point of the theory of evolution, but imho, none of the challenges holds the least bit of water). The behaviourists would have us believe that in one area in all of biology
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