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Philosophical Comparison Darwin and Bergson
The concept of evolution first came about during the era of the Enlightenment. It was a concept that was radically different, even heretical, in a Judaeo-Christian society. Evolution, the concept of creation without a consciously, intelligent, omni-everything creator, was met with vicious opposition. It is, therefore, not surprising that it took until the middle to late nineteenth century for it to be accepted at least in part as a respectable tenant of the scientific community. Naturalist Charles Darwin was the first to present an argument that was not rejected out of hand. …
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