Nature Is A Threat To The Survival Of The Fittest

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Register to read the introduction… Such theological Darwinism coincides with Holmes Rolston, III view that an ecosystem can seem a jungle where the fittest survive, a place of contest and conflict, beside which the organism is a model of cooperation. In animals, the heart, liver, muscles and brain are tightly integrated, as are the leaves, cambium, and roots in plants. But the ecosystem community so-called is pushing and shoving between rivals, each aggrandizing itself, or else all indifference and haphazard juxtaposition, nothing to call forth our admiration . Nevertheless, humans dominate the jungle, but are not viewed as animals. Humans are viewed as an intelligent species that should be responsible for their actions. Who would take the thumb can get so much praise. So are humans enacting what the telos that is genetically encoded in them, just like inferior animals (e.g. lion)? Hence, human abilities to industrialize the production of animals, construct shelter (destroying natural animal habitats), and to economically gain from the two is a manifestation of humans being the fittest. As time progress will humans resort to cannibalism? Princess argues how humans abuse their domination, and continue to desire for more even though they are surviving. It is her argument truth to modern age affairs like the welfare of Africans. Africa is a nation that was …show more content…
The world is coming to an end, or is nature taking it course? Selecting nature taking it course takes humans from the equation of being negligent of destroying the abundance of animals Mother Nature has provided. There are so many things we can do to show our gratitude and respect to our inferior species, but is it too late? Time can never relapse, but in the words of Rolston, if it makes any sense to claim that one ought not to kill individuals without justification, it makes more sense to claim that one ought not to extinguish species lines, without extraordinary …show more content…
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