Darwin's natural selection, Dawkin's selfish genes, and "survival of the fittest" are fashionable beliefs about non-existent creatures and chemicals with attitude. These beliefs are based on the west's patriarchical religions and their obsession with inheritance, privilege, heirarchy, survival, sex, and fighting.
But there are many alternatives. This earthbound jellyfish we call "a human" is not a "survival machine". We, all life, are not interested in "evolutionary survival", for nothing survives death, not creatures, not species, not genes, not anything alive. All we are interested in is being here, now, alive.
The human, like all creatures, is not an individual. The human is composed of a large number of creatures working in harmony. These creatures include the brain, the liver, the bladder, the heart, while some, like the nervous and circulatory systems, are spread like a net across all the others.
Religion, especially creationism, and evolutionary theory are almost indistinguishable in their animistic materialism and patriarchal supernaturalism. This is why we must abandon their view of nature, and come to new understandings, such as the one I have given you.