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Synonyms for evolution

a progression from a simple form to a more complex one

a calculated change in position

Synonyms for evolution

a process in which something passes by degrees to a different stage (especially a more advanced or mature stage)

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It is not too difficult to understand why Darwin's Theory of Evolution is so central to people's negative reaction to the Enlightenment and its consequence--the creation of modern society with its increasingly secular nature.
He bases his argument on Darwin's theory of evolution.
when I rushed to get a modern biology textbook to read Darwin's Theory of Evolution.
Named for their tortoise the Galapagos Islands are famous for inspiring biologist Charles Darwin's theory of evolution, or how species change over time.
Darwin's theory of evolution is the bedrock of modern biology.
He seeks to examine the implication of Darwin's theory of evolution with reference to: the existence of God; mankind's place in nature; and morality.
We are reminded how successfully elements of Charles Darwin's theory of evolution can be, and have been, applied across a variety of domains.
15pm CHARLES DARWIN'S theory of evolution might have met its match in the form of the BBC's Wimbledon coverage, writes James Milton.
The flap started after members of the Louisiana Family Forum (LFF), an influential Religious Right group in the state, announced opposition to proposed new science textbooks, claiming they give too much credibility to Charles Darwin's theory of evolution.
This requires following the path Spinoza opened (the importance of a feeling of well-being for individuals) and using clues provided by Darwin's theory of evolution.
CHARLES Darwin's theory of evolution struck at the heart of the Christian belief that God - a supernatural being - created all life as we see it today.
Darwin's theory of evolution by natural selection has survived for 150 years, though not without controversy that continues today.
Joseph University, Kaslik, Jesuit University, Lady of Loueizy, La Sagesse and Antonine University in conjunction with the International Center for Cultural Dialogue and Getting Togetherness "Faith and Sciences" on the 150th jubilee of Darwin's theory of evolution and the 400th birthday of Galileo
According to Darwin's theory of evolution, sheep would become larger over time, since size offers a competitive advantage against the cold.
IDA, a 47-million-year-old fossil, has been acclaimed as a missing link in the Tree of Life that proves Darwin's Theory of Evolution.