Dr. Fabrizio Fratus: Richard Dawkins says he does not want to live in Darwinist world where the strong oppresses the weak, so who does?
Social Darwinism results in a brutal social system where the strong oppresses the weak, the poor, sick and crippled are persecuted. But even many Darwinists do not want to live in such a cruel world. For instance the well-known evolutionist Richard Dawkins has clearly stated that he does not want to live in a Darwinist society. What is your opinion on this?
Interestingly, the main and famous supporter of Neo-Darwinism, Richard Dawkins, says that he does not want to live in a society similar to his idea of society - what he himself thinks the societies should be. He in fact always speaks about the tale of the evolution of species all over the world. Therefore, for this reason it is absurd that he says he does not want to live in a society that he himself promotes. I think that the paradox continues, on the one hand, there are people who claim that we come from animals, and at the same time try to distance themselves from this competition, which is promoted by people who say they do not want to live in such conditions. Obviously if, as they say, we derive from a system of competitive life, we will reproduce the same system in society. As I already said on other occasions, the truth is that we were not born to compete with one another, but in truth to share and cooperate together and bring good. So I reject Darwinism and everything that comes from it.