i’ve never been comfortable with evolutionary language. i’m very good in the language of complexity and cellular automata, which is based upon the concepts from evolution, but the language of evolution was always a struggle to me. just last semester, finishing up some basic degree I should’ve finished years ago (2 more classes to go) – I took a basic biology course. I got an A in the end, but I struggled with an essay on evolution not from having any ideological problems in general with evolution at all, it’s just the way things are framed always feels a little bit off-center when lower species are spokenof in that way, it’s not so bad, but the higher up the chain, the stranger it seems. i’ve always felt that our behavior is that of animals first, but that we are less bound than lower species and using the same language seems inadequate – as if it falls short of a goal

i’ve never been comfortable with evolutionary language.

i’m very good in the language of complexity and cellular automata, which is based upon the concepts from evolution, but the language of evolution was always a struggle to me.

just last semester, finishing up some basic degree I should’ve finished years ago (2 more classes to go) – I took a basic biology course. I got an A in the end, but I struggled with an essay on evolution

not from having any ideological problems in general with evolution at all, it’s just the way things are framed always feels a little bit off-center

when lower species are spokenof in that way, it’s not so bad, but the higher up the chain, the stranger it seems.

i’ve always felt that our behavior is that of animals first, but that we are less bound than lower species and using the same language seems inadequate – as if it falls short of a goal

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