The evolution of life.
The main purpose: Understanding how we can use ideas from biology to find out the manner in which are physical identity is determined by natural selection. Evolution is clearly a story about every change to living organisms over long periods of time we can not understand evolution if we to not focus upon the importance of natural selection and adaptation. Evidence of both, natural selection and adoption is very common. Thus, when we recognize that tails of marine iguanas are long and flattened we are recognizing that an important part of the physical structure of that animal which enables it to swim very well has been formed over many many generations when we observe the result of battles between lathe animals in the wild one thing we notice is that the winner of the duel/battles is able to mate and produce a spring fit to survive.
The story of evolution is also the story of the best fit. Organisms not strong enough to survive are not likely to mate and produce surviving off spring. Natural selection is central to evolution without it there can be no evolution. Natural selection occur in organisms large and small. And provides us with clear evidence of survival of the best fit. Thus, antibiotic resistance to many drugs is an example of natural selection in action.
How many of us are aware that tubercle very evident today right across the world but especially in poor developing societies, is also created with antibiotics resistance?
When we read about first success then failure against the mixoma virus we are examining natural selection. By now, it should be clear to us that in examining a scientific fact. It is because of our examination of fact and the evidence connected to these facts that we should be able to identify evidence for natural selection and evidence for evolution. When we think of two strong pieces of evidence for natural selection we can look at variation and heritability.
When we consider evidence for evolution there are several areas we can examine:
1-natural selection of course
2-artifical selection of course
3-simiaritilies in body structure
4-hieracichal organization. Among living beings
Before we examine each of these we must discuss the great important of Darwin’s work to evolution.
We have seen that there is very strong evidence for natural selection. We have discussed, also, the great importance of three huge/enormous influences upon Mr. Charles Darwen. There influences, which come from the work of Lamarck,Layell and Malthus allowed Darwen to see farther because he stood on the shoulders of these three giants.
Malthus is the once social scientist “he was an economist” who had major impact. In our discussion we reasoned, as well that natural selection, a scientific fact, is at the core/heart of evolution with which we noted Biogeography is closely connected.
In fact, we can state the biogeography is one strong form of evidence for evolution. Other forms are “artificial , similarity in body structure, hierarchical organization among living being, vestigial organs, fossils.
The complexity of identity
The main purpose:
Understanding the relationship between social and economic hierarchy and interpersonal identity among the very important ideas we shall examine our “Statuses and roles, the looking-glass self, identity consciousness, as well as, subordinate and superordinate groups. Our focus will be the United states where ratio/color. Economic, and gender hierarchies have always existed.
Let us be clear that our interest in the identity is not a Biological interest, It is a social science interest. Thus, we shall be examining ideas in economics, sociology, political science, and social psychology.
The main purpose:
Understanding how people in the groups in an economically prospers society such as the USA form their social and economic identities. Let us be clear that in looking at this article our focus will not be on the natural sciences, areas we had to use when examining evolution. Our focus here will be on the social sciences, economics, sociology, and social psychology, The economically prospers society we shall examine is the United states. In order for us to maintain the focus we will need to become awake of “Statuses, roles, hierarchy, identity consciousness and the looking glass self”.
The main purpose:
Understanding economic organization with in economically prospers societies across the worlds. Our focus upon economically prospers societies is a focus upon capitalist societies. Under the capitalist of the economic organization governments do not own and control the means of production distribution and exchange. All three are in the hands of private owners. Who are those, like the trump organization they can be owned by families or large numbers of citizens who buy and sell shares worth billion of dollars.
Under the capitalist form of economic organization markets, factors of production consumer and producer goods are very necessary to economic progress. It would be reasonable to add that even when communism existed in the soviet Union, East in Europe. The peoples republic of China and Cuba as late as the early 199’s division of labor was extremely important to economic progress.