Darwin's work refers to "preservation of favoured races" (Talk.Origins)
- The subtitle of Darwin's Origin of Species refers to "the preservation of favoured races," showing the racist nature of Darwin's ideas.
Source: Weston, Paula, 1997-1998. The fallacy of racism. Creation Ex Nihilo 20(1): 52,53
It is assumed that the T.O. author's responses are simply based on his own opinion.
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Race, as used by Darwin, refers to varieties, not to human races. It simply points out that some variations that occur naturally survive in greater numbers. Origin of Species hardly refers to humans at all.
Unless the author expands on this point and offers some convincing evidence to support it, there is no reason to believe it's anything more than his own opinion. And "hardly at all" is a highly subjective description.
Evolution is not racist.