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If you compare natural selection with artificial and mark them
similarity, then, apparently, there's no uncertainty, however,
the disadvantage is that this uncertainty is not one that we
need. Tacitly implied Nature that produces selection, is not
personal power, the same person performing the selection artificially; and
recruitment is not a specific choice of individuals, but the destruction of many species
as a result of conditions that one individual successfully resists because
continues to live and reproduce. Darwin gave the word value
misleading. He says in the introduction to his essay "Animals
and Plants under Domestication" (p. 6): "for the Sake of brevity, I sometimes talked about
natural selection, as reasonable force. I also, often personified the word
"Nature", because I found it difficult to avoid this ambiguity, but I
mean by Nature only the aggregate action and product of many
the natural laws... and under the law only a specific sequence
phenomena". But no matter how to see clearly and as certainly neither Darwin pointed out that
the factors of organic evolution of the specific actions, internal or
external, which govern every body; however the usual
to use a convenient figure of speech it prevented him, as I think, to recognize
as fully as he otherwise would have done, is familiar with the basic investigation of these
The same criticisms can be raised against the expression "experience
of the fittest" {Although Darwin approved of this expression and at times
used it, however, it is not adopted it for permanent use;
he finds, rightly, that the expression "natural selection" in
some cases preferable. See "Animals and Plants under
Domistication (first edition)". Vol. I, p. 6; and "Origin of Species" (6th
ed., R. 49).}, I stopped trying to get famous
phenomena more accurate than metaphorical terms; however, this expression does not
represents causes likens her method of human action; all
in the first word vaguely, and in the second it clearly shows through anthropocentric
The idea of experiencing necessarily involves the human point of view,
pointing rather to the well-known order of phenomena than to the character which
they have just as the band changes.