Of replicators and living organisms
"Life results from the non-random survival of randomly varying replicators."
However we know that living organisms require much more than replication, which is an issue unto itself. To replicate a strand of DNA (or RNA) one requires nucleotides, which do not occur outside of living organisms. Many nucleotides are required and in five (A,C,G,T,U) flavors. But not only is replication required but the same strand that replicates also needs to provide functioning proteins and enzymes. However for those pre-existing and functioning proteins and transport systems are required.
IOW what Dawkins offers just further exposes the attempt to try to "simplify" living organisms thereby making their existence much more palatable in an anti-ID and anti-Creation world.