organic evolution n.
See biologic evolution.
Biological investigators have long since ceased to regard the fact of organic evolution as open to serious discussion.
In organic evolution species are transformed by the environment.
Men are looking now to the scheme of organic evolution to provide the field for spiritual evolution.
The facts on which the theory of organic evolution is based are two.
Without Isolation, or the prevention of free intercrossing, organic evolution is in no case possible.
The factors of organic evolution are essentially the same for all.
It is time to have done with the gross delusions of Nietzsche regarding the nature and course of organic evolution.
Such, then, is a sketch of the evidence in favour of organic evolution.
In this respect we have the advantage over Malthus that we are aware, as he was not, of the great fact of organic evolution.
It is as inconceivable in art as it is in physical nature, that the process of organic evolution should revert or turn aside.