Darwin's Argument With The Fuegian

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Darwin starts his argument by stating how closely similar certain animals and humans are formed or how humans and these “lower animals” develop over time physically and mentally. Then states how similar humans and the “lower animals” are birthed. He also makes that point of how man and these other animals have a similar structure in bodily systems such as the digestive system. Darwin then makes the point how humans are not immune to the natural selection which he sees as evidence that humans have evolved just like other creatures. Darwin even goes into a personal experience of his encounter with the Fuegians a people group who were not cultured and lived like “barbarians in terms of civilizations of the day. This example gives him the reasoning
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