Darwin’s Passion For Animal Welfare

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Charles Darwin, when laying out the groundwork for his newfangled theory of evolution in On The Origin of Species, often described how the driving force for adaptation is the harsh “universal struggle for life” that all beings must face every day.

And yet despite recognizing the inherent brutality of existence (and choosing a career field that required him to kill numerous organisms for academic specimens), Darwin was devoted to minimizing the suffering of animals.

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Darwin’s Passion For Animal Welfare

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