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The elements of Darwinian evolution theory—natural selection

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the elements of Darwinian evolution theory—natural selection—are quite simple, requiring three principles:

1= Variation of traits within a species and ?
2= The capacity to pass on useful traits to offspring (more or less “undiluted”),
AND ?
3, one other basic “principle of existence”.
What is this other principle? Explain…?

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