Sure. I agree for example, it would be retarded to call myself a mortalitist because I believe all people eventually die.
A label is only useful, if it distinguishes you from others. Almost everybody "knows" that the death theory is true. In essense, the word allows one to have a conversation, when the distinctiin is actually useful. I dont think we enrich the conversation by deciding that a label cannot be made. The fact that i am in fact a mortalitist, does not mean, being a mortalitist is an idealogy. I hlave only by the way known a very small number of people who have died. Thankfully, i have not seen anybody die either. While the evidence for tge theory of mortality is immense, the direct evidence available is ,imited. I certainly could gather more if i were so inclined. Granted, the evidence available to me increases daily. Assuming a global death conspiracy is not in place, i cant rationally deny the tgeory of death and no sane person does. An examole of a global conspiracy, might be people lying to me about the deaths of all my grandparent's friends or guiness lying about the oldestvperson on earth.
In the future, there may be viable alternatives to Darwin's theory of evolution. But in any case, the terms evoultionist or Darwinist refer to people who believe, for a large variety of reasons, the theory of evolution through variation and natural selection to be true. Labeling them as being Darwinists does not tell you why they believe that theory to be true and whether or not their belief is provisional.
Now that you have a label, you can ask the question, why are almost all biologists Darwinists? That answer, we know, is because the evidence still supports the theory.
Curiously, in the twists and turns of science, we have found aspects of evolution that work along Lemarkian lines. We have found cases where genetic drift may dominate. The theory of punctusted equilibrium, which i do not totally understand, but which you may have alluded to in you previous post, is another twist. My understanding is, st the moment, none of these twists and turns, truly over turns Darwin's basic thesis. There is no controversy about the truth of Darwins theories today among scientists. When referring yo scientists, the term Darwinist may indeed be as meaningless as the term mortalitist right now. Hoever, in the future,
It may distinguish competing paradigms.