It is known that Nietzsche rejected the clause of the "natural selection" and "survival of the fittest" in the theory of evolution as not as much was confirmed about the theory during his time and it conflicted with his views of social Darwinism. Nietzsche's views were more closer to "survival of the most creative."
Do any of you Nietzsche scholars or evolution scholars know of
any papers that compare Nietzsche view of evolution and the will to power with what we now know to be true of evolution? It would be interesting to see how Nietzsche might have interpreted the Will To Power having known what we know today of the laws of evolution. In other words, how would today's knowledge of evolution affect Nietzsche's naturalistic philosophy?
Are there any good texts on an introductory level you guys can recommend that look at evolution as we know it in terms of other naturalistic philosophies? And are there any good introductory "philosophy of evolution" texts out there?