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The Evolution of Anthropocentrism Evolutionary theory throws humans into a tizzy. Driven by the need to amass knowledge, we find ourselves surging forward into the exploration of a story where the more we know, the less we can feature ourselves. Eminent evolutionary biologist Ernst Mayr contends that anthropocentrism and belief in evolution by natural selection are mutually exclusive (Mayr 1972). In other words, the Darwinian story of biological evolution rejects the notion of progress and replaces it with directionless change, thereby subverting the conception of human superiority on a biological scale toward perfection. Evolution by natural selection undermines the idea that humans are the culmination and ultimate beneficiaries of all nature.
However, they are neglected by many Darwinists and isn’t considered to be proof against Darwinism. Many of the evidence Darwin proposed to prove his evolution does not exist, as said in the beginning of the paper, many Darwinists create fraudulent evidence to prove evolution. If evidence has obvious evidence, why does scientist go out of their way to create false evidence for evolution. Darwin also admitted that it would be obstinately absurd that the human eye could be a product of natural selection. His uncertainties are voiced in his book, The Origin of Species,”To suppose that the eye, with all its inimitable contrivances for adjusting the focus to different distances, for admitting different amounts of light, and for the correction of spherical and chromatic aberration, could have been formed by natural selection, seems, I freely confess, absurd in the highest possible degree.” Here Darwin admits that the human eye, in all of its intricacies, could have not been made by trial and error.
Nietsche and Evolution "It is the image of the ungraspable phantom of life; and this is the key to it all." -Melville In 1859 Charles Darwin offered a theory that seemed to disprove the longstanding explanation of the Origin of existence. Darwin's theory of evolution proposes a convincing argument that the universe was not created for a purpose, with intention, by a conscious God, but rather, was a phenomenon of random change. Fredrick Nietzsche articulated the gravity of the effect of Darwin's theory on society. He said that when Darwin published the theory of evolution people stopped believing in God.
It is believed by some that our race shall not be degraded down as animals, and that God created human as its own race. To argue that man is not a creation of God, rather than a product from the process of evolution, is considered a distraught to the religious society. This debate brings us to Creationism... ... middle of paper ... ... The closest known live species to us are the chimpanzees. Have you ever looked deep in its eyes and get a powerful, complex, or murky reaction?
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