Views as Reflected in Darwinism
A 5 page paper discussing divergent views of racism and colonialism based on the premises advanced by Charles Darwin in developing his theories of natural selection and the existence of 'the fittest.' Concentrating on the philosophies of Darwin, Josiah Strong and Adolf Hitler, the paper also examines the stance presented by several other authors, with diversity among them ranging between Mark Twain, Rudyard Kipling and the Japanese Imperial Government.
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