People merely criticizing the modern synthesis appear in "Critiques of Darwinism."
Rupert Sheldrake for his morphogenic fields. A New Science of Life and more recent books – claims a process known as morphic resonance: the past forms and behaviors of organisms, influence organisms in the present through direct connections across time and space. Strong critic of reductionism, materialism and neo-Darwinism.
Stuart Pivar for the Urform hypothesis , a factor primarily in embryogenesis. Rejects natural selection, instead complex biological forms arise through self-organization of embryological processes. Pivar’s theory is mechanist but strongly opposes natural selection
Rhawn Joseph has the most radical non-Darwinian evolution theory going?
Creative Evolution: A Physicist's Resolution Between Darwinism and Intelligent Design Monist idealism
Bruce Lipton author of The Biology of Belief – he claims that genes and DNA do not control biology, instead DNA is controlled by signals from outside the cell, he has a mass of evidence that it is consciousness
Antonio Lima-de-Faria author of Evolution without Selection, Form and Function by Autoevolution and more recent books. – Claims evolution occurs due to internal physico-chemical factors and not natural selection. Mentioned in the The Altenberg 16: An Exposé of the Evolution Industry
Guy Murchie, the earth is not only alive, but also conscious and sentient superorganism
Richard Milton for book Shattering the Myths of Darwinism
Francis Hitching The Neck of the Giraffe or Where Darwin Went Wrong
James Le Fanu 2009 released attack on Darwinism
Robert Wesson, Beyond natural selection, hundreds of examples of organisms in nature that defy natural selection