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In a interview with Meet the Author, the year when The Selfish Gene celebrated its 30th anniversary, Richard Dawkins had this to say:. It has been described as a revolutionary book, in one respect it is. It helps to look at it in this revolutionary way. When The Selfish Gene was first published in , it created a number of waves within the study evolutionary biology, largely dominated by Darwinian doctrine. One could say it made a splash in the gene pool.
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Dawkins strove to explain altruism in The Selfish Gene, with the argument that altruistic behavior can be explained through the selfishness of our genes. If it runs away, chase it! If it comes at you, fight back. In a relationship such as prey versus predator, Dawkins explains possible strategies.
If the opponent attacks first, the retaliator will, as you guessed, retaliate. In addition to retaliators, there are two other kinds of conditional strategies: A bully attacks until an opponent strikes back, in which case, the bully immediately retreats.
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Prober-retaliators are essentially retaliators, but can initiate an attack like a bully, and if the opponent fights back, will defend itself. In these strategies, the retaliator is an ESS, the prober-retaliator is nearly stable, and the bully is not stable. The key point of this chapter is that genes might be able to assist replicas of itself that are sitting in other bodies. If so, this would appear as individual altruism but it would be brought about by gene selfishness. In the previous chapter, Dawkins explained aggression through individual, independent selfish machines.
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However, individuals have relatives, in the form of siblings, cousins, parents, etc. Each selfish gene then, has its loyalties divided among different individuals; the selfish gene is every replica of itself. Dawkins explains how a gene selected for kin-altruism, could survive in the gene pool. A gene that suicidally saves five cousins would not be numerous in a population of individuals, however, if it saved five brothers or ten first cousins would.
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