Religiously-motivated “Anti-Selectionists” typically deny the theory of Natural Selection as an , in order to prevent it from being carried out as an . For the most part, they prefer an account of Nature based in Intelligent Design, Creationism, and/or Natural Law. Moreover, for them, the crucifixion of Jesus Christ is held as the ultimate sacrifice against such eliminatory Selectionism, and many Christians attempt to imitate the Anti-Selectionist standpoint in terms of behavior and action that He emphasized. Philip Kitcher, in , explains that most contemporary “Anti-Selectionists”


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