He makes it seem as if Dawkins was going on about a gene for selfishness. The simple point Dawkins is trying to make is that both change and continuity in the living world have genes as their material basis. He readily concedes that human behaviour could, or even will, change the environment in which we live. This could have an effect on which genes are favoured.
Dawkins leaves ample room for human will and should not be dismissed out of hand.
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