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Neo-Darwinism

(nē′ō-där′wə-nĭz′əm)
n.
Darwinism as modified by the findings of modern genetics.

Ne′o-Dar·win′i·an (-där-wĭn′ē-ən) adj.
Ne′o-Dar′win·ist n.
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Rolnick is in search of the human person, perhaps in a search-and-rescue mission of sorts, to deliver the idea of personality from the neo-Darwinists, postmodernists, and monist neuroscientists who would obliterate the concept in the name of nature, language, or physicalism.
Monkey Business: A Neo-Darwinist Approach to Ethics Codes," by John Dobson, professor of finance at Orfalea College of Business, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, Calif.
The strongest way for critics of "Expelled" to prove their point would be to offer to host a series of debates between the neo-Darwinists and Intelligent Design supporters.
I've always felt that the Christian faith was a delusion, even as a child; reading Darwin and the Neo-Darwinists later in life confirmed this feeling.
The philosophical beliefs of neo-Darwinists can be just as important in shaping their views as the philosophical beliefs of creationists and ID proponents are in shaping theirs," (p.
Thus, the very ground is to be taken out from under me and my human existence: by undermining my confidence in my own Socratic sense for the good (naive as this notion might be, I insist on it, as I insist on the notion of human consciousness, no matter what the neo neo-Darwinists tell me about the Selfish Gene and its obtuse intentions).