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Evolution Man's interest in his own origin, that of all living things, and that of the
universe must be as old as man himself. It is reflected in literary form (which must
itself be based on much older creeds) in legends of creation popular among the ...
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The acceptance of evolution Evolution is accepted by all biologists and natural
selection is recognized as its cause by English-speaking biologists and others,
though not widely in western continental Europe. Objections to evolution have ...
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