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            For over 100 years,the world has been in a deep debate.For over 100 years,the thoughts and observations of an English scientist,Charles Darwin,have been forcing people to think in a very careful and logical way to solve the question of "the origin of the living things" and "the changes they have experienced upto now.In his most important book,"The Origin of Species"(1859),Charles Darwin presents his utopic ideas through some relevant and systematic concepts concerning survival of the fittest, rights of the powerful ones and natural selection. At this point, it seems so important that to examine these concepts and reach some crucial results will inevitably cause us to understand and interpret how the world has changed in all areas including social,political,scientific and also how it will change in the future. In this critique,Darwin's main ideas given in "The Origin of Species" are examined and interpreted through both analogies and different opinions to help to reach a valid result about them.
             First of all,this must be emphasized that in terms of religious beliefs,Darwin was sure that his ideas about evolution and natural selection would be argued both in his day and in the future.With the knowledge of this,although he states(1859) : "I have never systematically thought much on religion in relation to science, or on morals in relation to society ",he sometimes presented his ideas with some religious issues.For instance,about creation of the God,he claims that the spirit of God passed from each species to another through evolution and so there is no conflict between religion and evolution.Darwin(1859) mentions this as," I may state that my judgment often fluctuates. . . In my most extreme fluctuations I have never been an Atheist in the sense of denying the existence of a God".However since in my opinion evolution is a science-based issue rather than a religion-based,I ought to stress that to evaluate his main points we mustn't attribute them to his beliefs or ideologies but to scientific facts only.

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