Galapagos By Kurt Vonnegut: What philosophy is the novel Galapagos arguing, and how is that argument constructed?

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The novel argues on the merit of the human brain from an evolutionary perspective. One of the philosophies majored in by the novel are the Charles Darwin and evolutionary theory. The book is subdivided into two parts. The first part of the novel is termed as “the thing was.” It captures the colloquial way to refer to the complications in a narrative. In addition, it alludes to the original form of the human animal. The second part of the novel is “and the thing became.” It recounts the adaptation to aquatic life…

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