What progressive features do modern evolutionary scientists see in JB Lamarck’s theory?

In the book “Philosophy of Zoology” Lamarck suggested that during life, each individual changes, adapts to the environment. He argued that the diversity of animals and plants is the result of the historical development of the organic world – evolution, which he understood as a stepwise development, the complication of the organization of living organisms from lower to higher forms. He proposed a kind of system for organizing the world, arranging related groups in it in ascending order – from simple to more complex, in the form of a “ladder”.

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