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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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Darwin's theory of evolution suggests animals evolve over generations through a process of natural selection.
In his books, The Eclipse of Darwinism (1983) and The Non-Darwinian Revolution (1988), both published by The Johns Hopkins University Press, Bowler describes how Darwin's theory of evolution was accepted by many thinkers of his time, particularly theologians.
We now have Darwin's Theory of Evolution, Einstein's Theory of Relativity and Grant Bovey's Theory of Attraction.
Darwin's Theory of Evolution, like all other scientific theories, is not static.
Gregory Chaitin's PROVING DARWIN: MAKING BIOLOGY MATHEMATICAL (9780375423147, $24.00) provides a fine survey that shows how Darwin's theory of evolution works on a mathematical level, and is a fine pick for any math collection interested in connections between biology and math.
The result is a hugely refreshing book that details the historic and scientific impetus to locate the magnetic South Pole, to prove Darwin's theory of evolution, and to understand ice landscapes, and Southern Hemisphere meteorology and oceanography.
He bases his argument on Darwin's theory of evolution.
I had not finished Professor Konotey-Ahulu's review of Dr Carl Weiland's new book in your last issue ("Charles Darwin and His Apostles Have Got It All Wrong!"), when I rushed to get a modern biology textbook to read Darwin's Theory of Evolution. When I read that text, which was meant for our secondary schools, I began to see why that knowledge must be expunged from our textbooks.
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.
Live tennis BBC1, 12.15pm 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. Meaning comes out of human existence as creatures evolved in this world.