It will take time, but he will win over Darwin. The very idea that one evolves through conflict is violent; it is a very lopsided idea. If you look through the eyes of Darwin, life is just a survival of the fittest. And who is the fittest? The most destructive, the most aggressive is the fittest. So the fittest has no value; it is not even human--the fittest is the-one who is the most animal-like. Christ cannot survive, he is not the fittest. Buddha cannot survive, he is not the fittest, Buddha will be the most helpless man--and Jesus. Then Alexander survives, Hitler survives, Stalin survives, Mao survives; these are the fittest. Then only violence survives, not love.
Only murder survives, not meditation. The Darwinian vision is a very inhuman meditation about life. If you go into the forest and look through Darwinian eyes, you will see conflict everywhere: species destroying other species, everybody in conflict.
It is a nightmare. And if you go to the same forest and look through the eyes of Kropotkin, there is tremendous cooperation. These species have been living in deep cooperation, otherwise nobody would have survived. Violence may be part, but is not the whole; deep down is cooperation. And the higher you grow, the less and less violence the more and more cooperation there is. That is the ladder of growth.