Rituparna Ray Chaudhuri
Presidency College
"The theory of Darwin was improved upon by Lamarck. He laid down the principle that living organisms change because they want to. Lamarck , while making this statement, actually, introduced the Element of Mind in the universe. He observed that every cell or unit of life has a will, a purpose, a design and a hope. In other words, he came to the conclusion that everything has a soul. In this regard, there was a sort of conflict between the believers in Darwinian-ism and Lamarck-ism. Shaw supported the views of Lamarck."..... ( http://philpapers.org/profile/112741 )
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