International Journal of Humanities and Social Science

ISSN 2220-8488 (Print), 2221-0989 (Online) 10.30845/ijhss

Essay on Evolution and Humanities
Valentin Krassilov

TCurrent reductionist evolution theory is inadequate to the immense complexity of multilevel process it describes and cannot be improved by ad hoc revamps. Its implications are degrading both to science and humanities. The only viable alternative is systemic approach based on general principles of seen as comprehensive philosophic synthesis of natural science, consequential for existential theories, epistemology, cognitive modes, social practices, and human perspectives at large. With understanding that internal energy can be augmented only by work invested in the maintenance of biological and cultural complexity, the present day least action survival strategy ought to be replaced with the most action principle of progressive development. People still believe that the only scientific alternative to evolution by means of natural selection is mutational chaos and random drift, because spontaneous directedness, progress of life, and free will are long disproved. But they are not, while meaninglessness is an artifact of epistemological reduction.

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