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(dar-win'ē-ăn),
Relating to or ascribed to Charles Darwin.

darwinian

dar·win·i·an

(dahr-win'ē-ăn)
Relating to or ascribed to Charles Darwin.
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As the subtitle indicates, Haught wants to make sense not only of Darwinian evolution but also of how it fits with belief in God.
In this hypothetical example of a primitive process of NS, the sense of selection of fitter phenotypes (= genotypes here) for elemental adaptive capacities for reproductive success involves none of the conceptual problems FPP see in examples of Darwinian accounts of selection for phenotypic properties of vastly more complex organisms.
In short, Of Apes and Ancestors is a valuable addition to the ever-growing literature on Charles Darwin and Darwinian evolution.
For example Professor Ruse may seem to over-emphasise the obvious when he writes about the way in which Darwinian secularists, even those who were anti-religious in a way Darwin never was, both shared and reflected many Christian moral, ethical, and social concerns.
To judge from the introductory essay to DA, Darwinian archaeology is an umbrella term which can be applied to one or more of three arguably quite separate projects.
Your job, dear gamer, is to help the good doctor protect the Darwinians by ridding the land of the viral pest.
Of course a Darwinian can be a Christian, since there is nothing in the Christian faith that demands a belief in the "intelligent design" of life forms.
Hogan critically examines several varieties of scientism, be ginning with the "humanistic religion" of Darwinian evolution.
Is it unscientific to point out the weakness in Darwinian evolution?
Instead, he makes a big deal of siding with the Darwinians against the "religious conservatives" who hold that "the spiritual freedom and dignity of the human soul as the image of God requires that the soul be immaterial and separable from the body.
In what is becoming the standard Intelligent Design rhetorical tactic, Olasky and Perry reverse all the polarities that superficially governed the Scopes debate: The rigid orthodoxy is now the Darwinian establishment, the object of blind faith is now the unproven theory of evolution, and the enemies of open skeptical inquiry are the politically correct enforcers of materialist dogma in the nation's public schools.
Order in markets is generated through processes analogous to Darwinian natural selection in biology.