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Multilevel selection and the return of group-level functionalism

  • David Sloan Wilson (a1) and Elliott Sober (a2)
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  • Published online: 01 April 1998

We reinforce Thompson's points by providing a second example of the paradox that makes group selection appear counterintuitive and by discussing the wider implications of multilevel selection theory.

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