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I walk with Earth under m

I walk with Earth under my feet I walk with visions in my eyes I walk with fire inside me I walk with Spirits as my guides When I feel like I can't breathe I take a walk and I am healed I'm walking back to the center I'm walking through the sacred field I'm walking deeper and deeper Learning the secrets to the night I'm looking into the fire I'm looking past the light I hear them calling my name #forestlover #greatspirit #pachamama #motherearth #grandfatherfire #hoaskeira #sacredmedicine #medicinewoman #minadomato

what a lovley welcome you

what a lovley welcome you all gave to me! this was our first reindeer we saw after the first curve in the femundsmarka nasjonalpark in norway, on our way to the fjllstation where the hiking tour started. I've never thought I would see them so quickly. I was happy #goodmorning #godmorgon #throwback #vacation #roadtrip #denmark #sweden #norway #hiking #reindeer #naturephotography #naturelover #naturechild #adventuretime #waldentakeover #forestlover #explorethewild #explorer #wanderer #wanderlust #fernweh #nordicmood #nordicfeel #nordicfeeling #nordicinspiration #fermundsmarka

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N'avez-vous pas remarqu

. N'avez-vous pas remarqu que c'est lorsque nous ne contrlons plus notre esprit que l'anxit et l'amertume surviennent ? C'est exactement ce que j'ai ressenti la semaine dernire... Comme un trop plein, un lcher-prise qui a mal tourn Alors une des choses sur lesquelles je me reporte dans ces cas, pour apaiser mon esprit et en reprendre le contrle, c'est le yoga Rien de tel que de bouger son corps au rythme de sa respiration, crer des mouvements de prsence intense. Le mouvement. Le souffle... L'union du corps et de l'esprit pour crer un espace de silence et reprendre possession de ses penses . Tout . va . Bien . Bon lundi et belle nouvelle lune . #newmoon #nouvellelune #bienetre #wellness #positivmind #nature #naturelover #meditationeveryday #meditationeverywhere #whereyouvibe #trouvetonquilibre #yogaeverywhere #mudra #danslesbois #forestlover #yoga #yogaaddict #yogagirl #yogaeverydamnday #yogaeverywhere #caropiyoga

The most beautiful place

The most beautiful place and the most delicious traditional food in Azerbaijan! The sound of winds in the trees and rustling of leaves! Green is the prime color of the world, and that from which its loveliness arises. @richmond_club_demirchi #Baku #pirgulu #colours #summer #family #travelsart #travelislife #voyage #destination #instaphoto #fotrst #trees #psithurism #travelagency #planningtrips #trips #vogue #agency #forestlover #naturelover #love #jazz #jazzintheforest #jazzlover #mountainview #heaven #azerbaijan #exloretheworld #birdssinging

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A good deal of objection to The Selfish Gene stemmed from its failure to be always clear about "selection" and "replication". As pointed out in the subsection Units of selection, Dawkins says the gene is the fundamental unit of selection, and then points out that selection doesn't act directly upon the gene, but upon 'vehicles' or 'extended phenotypes'. Stephen Jay Gould took exception to calling the gene a 'unit of selection' because selection acted only upon phenotypes. Summarizing the Dawkins-Gould difference of view, Sterelny says: "Gould thinks gene differences do not cause evolutionary changes in populations, they register those changes." Kim Sterelny: Dawkins vs. Gould, p. 83 The word 'cause' here is a bit tricky: does a change in lottery rules (for example, inheriting a defective gene "responsible" for a disorder) 'cause' differences in outcome that might or might not occur? It certainly alters the likelihood of events, but a concatenation of contingencies decides what actually occurs. Dawkins thinks the use of 'cause' as a statistical weighting is acceptable, and it is a common though perhaps not a technical usage. Like Gould, Gabriel Dover in criticizing The Selfish Gene says: "It is illegitimate to give 'powers' to genes, as Dawkins would have it, to control the outcome of selection...There are no genes for interactions, as such: rather, each unique set of inherited genes contributes interactively to one unique phenotype...the true determinants of selection". Gabriel Dover: Dear Mr. Darwin, p. 56 However, from a comparison with Dawkins' discussion of this very same point, it would seem both Gould's and Dover's comments are more a critique of his sloppy usage than a difference of views. Hull suggested a resolution based upon a distinction between replicators and interactors. The term 'replicator' includes genes as the most fundamental replicators but possibly other agents, and interactor includes organisms but maybe other agents, much as do Dawkins' 'vehicles'. The distinction is as follows: replicator: an entity that passes on its structure largely intact in successive replications. interactor: an entity that interacts as a cohesive whole with its environment in such a way that this interaction causes replication to be differential. selection: a process in which the differential extinction or proliferation of interactors causes the differential perpetuation of the replicators that produced them. Hull suggests that, despite some similarities, Dawkins takes too narrow a view of these terms, engendering some of the objections to his views. According to Godfrey-Smith, this more careful vocabulary has cleared up "misunderstandings in the "units of selection" debates."

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