These recurrent forms extend from original “primal patterns,” much as argued by such 19th-century opponents of Darwinism as Richard Owen and Louis Agassiz.
Only a special type of being very close to our own biological design could have taken the first and vital step to technological enlightenment, fire-making.
At the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History, Charles Darwin dominates almost every exhibit.
Darwin was unquestionably a racist, arguing that civilization would advance even at the cost of inevitable racial extermination.
The University of Sheffield’s teaching and research handbook has declared Charles Darwin a “racist.”