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He lived between September 10, 1941 and May 20, 2002. He graduated with a degree in geology from Antioch College. He spent most of his career teaching geology and zoology at…
This is clearly seen when he argued that evolution has no purpose and that it does not lead to higher things, a view that was immensely popular in the west.
Darwin on the other hand argued that natural selection is the driving force of evolution. He argued that the organisms with the best adaptation survive. According to Darwin, evolution has no purpose. This assertion challenged the western attitudes and beliefs. He also argued that, organism does not develop into higher organisms but they just become better adapted. The other point he argued was that matter is the basis of all existence. That implied that mind, soul and God were just mere words to explain the results of the evolution process.
According to Darwin, organisms have undeniable variations, which are inherent. Secondly, organisms give rise to more organisms than can most probably survive. The third point he argued was that, the organisms with the best adaptations survive and increase in number through natural selection. However, for this to be true, the variations must be random. This is because they don’t have a predictable pattern of occurrence.
According to Friedrich Nietzsche, a German poet, cultural critic and philosopher who lived between October 15, 1844 and august 25, 1900, God is dead. He came up with this maxim, arguing that Christianity was demeaning and that there was only one Christian, and died on the cross. He then argued that for a human being to be liberated after the death of God must take a revaluation of the entire value system. He argued that human beings must be seen in view of their animal nature. Therefore, there is no way or bench mark to measure the human ...
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