Darwin (misquote) (Megginson, 1963)
Darwin shown with a popular 1963 misattributed paraphrasing of his theory of evolution, by American marketing manager Leon Megginson (Ѻ)(Ѻ), supposedly angled as a type of business and or marketing theory, i.e. that businesses need to adapt to change in order to survive new markets.
In mononyms, Darwin [CR:181] is the surname of English naturalist and evolution theory establisher Charles Darwin (1809-1882), predominately; and also of his grandfather pre-evolution theory thinker physician Erasmus Darwin (1731-1802), and his grandson post-evolution theory thinker and modern human thermodynamics pioneer physicist C.G. Darwin (1887-1962).

See also
Darwin-Lotka energy law
● Darwin family
Warm pond model

The following are relevant Darwin mononym quotes:

“The Constitution was founded on the law of gravitation. The government was to exist and move by virtue of the efficacy of ‘checks and balances.’ The trouble with the theory is that government is not a machine, but a living thing. It falls, not under the theory of the universe, but under the theory of organic life. It is accountable to Darwin, not to Newton. It is modified by its environment, necessitated by its tasks, shaped by the sheer pressure of life.”
Woodrow Wilson (1912), Presidential candidate campaign speech [1]

Clausius and Darwin cannot both be right.”
Roger Caillois (1973) Coherences Aventureuses [2]

The following are noted Darwin images:

Darwin is right (1925)Bible vs Darwin 350
From: science v. religion legal cases.From: science vs religion debates.

1. (a) Wilson, Woodrow. (1912). “What is Progress?”, Campaign speech; in: The New Freedom (§2). Publisher, 1913.
(b) Connelly, William F. (2010). James Madison Rules America: the Constitutional Originals of Congressional Partisanship (§: Wilson versus Madison: The Separation of Powers, pgs. 119-). Rowman & Littlefield Publishers.
2.(a) Caillois, Roger. (1976). Coherences Aventureuses. Paris: Gallimard.
(b) Thaxton, Charles B., Bradley, Walter L., Olsen, Roger L. (1992). The Mystery of Life’s Origin: Reassessing Current Theories, (ch. 7: “Thermodynamics of Living Systems”, ch. 8: “Thermodynamics and the Origin of Life”). Lewis and Stanley.
(c) Bushev, Michael. (1994). Synergetics: Chaos, Order, Self-organization (pg. 130). World Scientific.
(d) Prigogine Ilya, (1981). From Being to Becoming: Time and Complexity in the Physical Sciences. San Francisco: W.H. Freeman and Co.

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