Charles Darwin's Theory of Natural Selection Analytical Essay by blackbull

Charles Darwin's Theory of Natural Selection
This paper takes a close look at Darwin's Theory of Natural Selection.
# 5511 | 1,000 words | 4 sources | MLA | 2002 | US
Published on Feb 10, 2003 in Philosophy (Science) , Biology (General)


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An in-depth study of Charles Darwin's theory of natural selection, looking at major issues, such as god, life and evolution.

Table of Contents
I.Biography of Charles Darwin.
II.Explanation of the theory of natural selection.
III. Examples of Natural Selection
IV. Humans and God
V. Life on other planets and deathbed claims.
VI. Conclusion

From the Paper:

"Most people think of evolution when they think of natural selection, the famous theory proposed by the British naturalist Charles Darwin. But, that could not be more untrue. Although Charles Darwin did have the very basic idea of that, he only figured out that only the strongest animals survived, shaping the course of history in it's most basic ways. Many other naturalists built on the notion of evolution. But, along with a couple of other theories, that ranks among the most important to mankind."

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