Behaviour Of Natural World : Charles Darwin

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Behaviour of Natural world to the way of Humans. In 1859, Charles Darwin published On the Origin of Species: by Means of Natural Selection, or the Preservation of Favoured Races in the Struggle for Life, a work which was set change the ideas on how people think about the natural world, how it works, ways in which it develops itself. Although making the briefest of commentaries about the human, parallels in thinking can be drawn on the behaviour of the natural world to the way of humans. It is important to understand nature first to be able to analyse the behaviour as humans is similar to that of the natural world, to understand the barriers that may effect change or to an extreme evolution. It is essential to understand nature first as humans who share many traits with the natural world, e.g. growth, reproduction, intelligence, and sustainability to name a few. By understanding these few things it will be easier to look into the world and look closer into whether a struggle of existence will affect human beings. Darwin calls to question how varieties become explicit species, “incipient species", whereby in answer to this he introduces the key concept, he calls "Natural Selection” (OS p.60-61 ch.3). Natural Selection is an “infinitely complex and close-fitting ... mutual relations of all organic beings to each other and to their physical conditions of life"(OS p.80 ch.4). Darwin states within the fifth edition of his work on the origin of species that…
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