Charles Robert Darwin and Karl Heinrich Marx dominated the human mind in the 19th century, making Marxism and Darwinism much debated theories. Darwinism follows the domain of the organic world, and Marxism follows the domain of society. Hegel made it the central point of his philosophy. Darwinism provided the ideology behind Marxism and teenage nihilism. Communism differs from socialism because it contemplates revolutionary social change and not in just electoral politics. Socialism as a political doctrine that not accept individualism as the foundation for economic and social life.
The reason for Marxism's attraction to Darwinism is the apparent support Darwinism gives to atheism. Marxist ideas claim that each historical period has a distinct mode of production that rests upon particular forces - or technological organization - of production and distinct ways of organizing social relationships between people in the economy. Contemporary evolutionists also note the strong bond between Marxism and Darwinism.