Sir, I'm sorry but I don't understand your statement, although getting a vague idea of the global picture ("This leads me to feel that there is probably no such thing as a "species" but rather many ways of viewing the biological world."). You seem to disagree with the way living forms are categorized, and maybe are you correct if defining the tool for this categorization is an impossible challenge. But if there is no species, there must be another concept representing stable (yet evolving) forms of living beings. What would be your suggestion? Dynamic systems? How would categories be defined?