- n. Plural form of Darwinian.
“It plays a bit like Cannon Fodder which I used to like, but your troops are completely disposable and mostly you are doing missions to assist an A.I. race called Darwinians, fighting to survive from a virus which has infected their world.”
“One weighty argument for the Darwinians is the general plan upon which animals are constructed.”
“You control a bunch of flat digital creatures called Darwinians, whose survival is threatened by an evil virus bent of destroying their world.”
“Players attempt to band together the digital denizens known as Darwinians and eradicate all traces of the infection in order to preserve their silicon-bound species.”
“What is psychologically fascinating about the mindset of the Darwinians is their inability to recognise just how much they do not know.”
“Since the early seventies there has been growing awareness among the "Darwinians" that plenty of selection takes place at lower levels (parasitic "selfish" elements spreading at the expense of the individual host, cluttering genomes with junk) and higher levels (group selection or even species/clade level selection).”
“Even worse is his quotation of Ruse, for though Ruse also admits to being an atheist; and he also claims that many "Darwinians" are using neodarwinism to push religion – but he mentions this to criticise it.”
“The Darwinians are the way they are because we were working with flat-sprite technology, and the story of why they're flat sprites came later.”
“Nor would the devoutly religious "Darwinians", Keith Miller, Dennis Lamaroux, Robert Bakker or Simon Conway Morris.”
“That false Obama demagoguery about rules-free GOP Darwinians is just one piece of this unflattering portrait.”
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