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December 20th, 2008 · No Comments

Is Darwinism Dead? (GM, F)
December 19, 2008 | By Ayton MacEachern

Darwinism, as used since the late 19th century, refers to the concept of natural selection in evolution. Based upon the studies of Charles Darwin, Darwinism promotes that the “fittest” of its species will survive and live to create the next generation. Applied to business, this theory makes a lot of sense. The fittest or most profitable businesses should survive, and others will follow their business models to eventual success themselves. But what happens when the system fails?

When the system fails? Read:
World History and the Eonic Effect asap, to figure out where you are going wrong. Compared with the going rate for bad economic advice, $17 bucks is cheap.

Tags: 1848+ · Critique of Evolutionary Economy · Evolution

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