Edgar Rice Burroughs set his Tarzan series (1912) in the African jungle. Because of Tarzan’s wild upbringing, he avoids the debilitating forces of civilization.
A few years ago, a Mass was composed titled “Missa Charles Darwin” (Missa means Mass), with the texts from Scripture having been replaced by excerpts from Darwin’s writings.
One section in materialist Edward Slingerland’s book is titled “We Are Robots Designed Not to Believe That We Are Robots.”
How has evolution shaped our view of humanity?
Internal contradictions are fatal to any worldview because contradictory statements are necessarily false.