The words "AT ALL" are very direct and pointed to be followed by...
In fact, THE BOOK DOESN'T ADDRESS HUMANS AT ALL!
The word "race" in the title and throughout the book refers to the " biological " term (much more used in 1859 than today) which means a subspecies, breed, strain, or variety ofÃ‚Â "ANY " species. Any population of individuals smaller than a species.
Doesn't that include us? Darwin's key assertion is that we are just animals related to monkeys. Are you denying this?
As much as evolutionists want to demand that Darwin was not racially motivated, his logic leads right to it. Okay, close your eyes and pretend you just finished Darwin's book and you travel to Australia to find aborigines. You look at their culture and way of life and determine that they must be more closely related to ape than man and therefore a "missing link". So you turn them into a freak show for evolution. Oh wait, you don't have to imagine, it's already been done: