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Unformatted text preview: Nghia Nguyen Dr. Marion Lucas History 120 event cultures Not a Theory? Kenneth R. Miller speech November 25, 2008 Darwin and the Evolution Theory The Descent of Man wrote by Charles Darwin in argues that: Human beings, like other animals, evolved from lower forms of life. Darwin actually wants to persuade people to accept this as a fact, regardless any personal belief or religion belief. This documents was published in 1871, after he published his theory of organic evolution in 1859, this time was so called Age of Realism. Darwin wrote The Descent of Man in two paragraphs. In the first paragraph, he sets the foundation for the Evolution Theory, which he says that the grounds upon which this conclusion rests will never be shaken. He goes on and claims that every man should accept this as a fact from science. The second paragraph, he mentions conflicts people may have from this fact, but after all the truth is what should be most respect. In this document, Darwin take for grants that many scientist and naturalist believe should be most respect....
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