Jonathan Wells notes that a figure in the totalitarian tradition was influenced by evolution from a very early age.
Atomization is the radical isolation of each individual from every other individual. Atomization breaks the bonds that hold society in its traditional shape.
Hannah Arendt was the leading philosopher of totalitarianism in the 20th century. She explicitly links totalitarian ideology to Darwinism.
We may dispute what Darwin felt or thought in the privacy of his study — but the bulk of his writings fall clearly into advocating for one perspective: naturalism.
“Berlinski is a modern Hannah Arendt, but deeper, more illuminating, and wittier (i.e., smarter).”