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Such a view extends the application of the general principle of selection throughfitness to the To this problem I have devoted some fiveyears of study and experiment with children, etc., and I am now convinced that this"organic selection" bears much the same relation to the doctrine of specialcreation of ontogenetic adaptations by consciousness which Prof. Cope is reviving, thatthe Darwinian theory of natural selection bears to the special creation theory of thephylogenetic adaptations of species. The facts which Spencer called "heighteneddischarge" are capable of formulation of the principle of "motor excess":"the accommodation of an organism to a new stimulation is secured -- not by theselection of this stimulation beforehand (nor of the necessary movements) -- but by thereinstatement of it by a discharge of the energies of the organism, concentrated, as faras may be, for the excessive stimulation of the organs (muscles, etc.), most nearly fittedby former habit to get this stimulation again,"  in which the word "stimulation " stands for the condition favorable to adaptation. After several trialswith grotesquely excessive movements, the child (for example) gets the adaptation aimed atmore and more perfectly, and the accompanying excessive and use-
Special Creation Theory: This is the oldest view
In , special creation is a theological doctrine which states that every species was individually created by God in the form in which it exists today and is incapable of undergoing any change. Adhering to a literal interpretation of the in the , special creation was the generally accepted theory of life’s origins from the 16th century until the middle of the 19th century, when it was supplanted by .