That's right: The blind Darwinian process somehow gave rise to the world's most gorgeous dog.
In the Darwinian world of media and politics, hardly any primal force compares to Clinton Clout.
The result is a Darwinian get-this-thing-out-of-me logic in which the mother merely tries to survive the unexpected birth.
SAC is described as a Darwinian world in which individuals and groups fight for capital and survival.
People born into malarial regions have a fierce Darwinian pressure placed upon them—the disease affects everyone in the area.
But the relation of the Darwinian theories to ethical problems is quite a different thing.
It sprang from genetics and bears the mark of an implicit Darwinian mechanism.
But whatever spark of the Darwinian genius was really innate in Erasmus the Less died with him unacknowledged.
The process here is the very reverse of the Darwinian theory.
Darwinian debate in the realm of natural science was practically over.
Darwinian Dar·win·i·an (där-wĭn'ē-ən)
Relating to, following, or derived from the work or ideas of Charles Darwin.