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"anthropology is perhaps the last of the great nineteenth-century conglomerate disciplines still for the most part organizationally intact. Long after natural history, moral philosophy, philology, and political economy have dissolved into their specialized successors, it has remained a diffuse assemblage of ethnology, human biology, comparative linguistics, and prehistory, held together mainly by the vested interests, sunk costs, and administrative habits of academia, and by a romantic image of comprehensive scholarship." 
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What makes Darwin's Theory on evolution a large part of the Evolutionary Anthropology Society, is how after his publication of the Origin of Species in 1859, fellow evolutionists constructed arguments to exclude human beings from their system and to make a devine exception for this one particular primate (1982: 8). But, Charles Darwin stood by his beliefs and said that his theory of evolution stands by ALL species, and does not exclude human beings. Early evolutionists avoided the conflictions of evolution vs. creationism, but the Evolutionary Anthropology Society focuses on the science and research behind evolution, just like Charles Darwin did for the sake of his study.