The Darwinian ‘Struggle for Existence’ Is Misunderstood

Darwin's emphasis on the “struggle for existence” as the basis for natural selection is one of the most misinterpreted ideas he ever developed. Darwin had made it clear that his use of this Malthusian term was not one to be taken literally as meaning only competitive struggle but should rather be understood “in a large and metaphorical sense.”

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