Stephen Jay Gould


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United States paleontologist and popularizer of science (1941-2002)

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Todo sea por el recuerdo respetuoso, y no de Disney sino de Stephen Jay Gould.
Indeed, Glad points out that Richard Lewontin, Steven Rose, Leon Kamin and Stephen Jay Gould attacked the genetic science of the high heritability of intelligence and personality qualities on which eugenics was based.
The theory comes not from the history books or the form books but from a book by Harvard professor Stephen Jay Gould called Life's Grandeur.
EVER SINCE DARWIN by Stephen Jay Gould (OUT OF PRINT) The first of Gould's several collections of essays on the natural world, and the first I read--the combination of style and science made quite an impact
Wallace, Ernst Haeckel, Robert Hooke, Matthias Schleiden, Theodor Schwann, William Bateson, Stephen Jay Gould, and Richard Dawkins.
Since then, according to paleontologist Stephen Jay Gould, "Everything we've called culture and civilization we've built with the same body and brain.
Harvard paleontologist Stephen Jay Gould was America's best-known natural scientist until his death in 2002, producing monthly essays in a popular natural history publication and winning awards for his books.
Hoagland's was not a household name on the order of Watson and Crick, Stephen Hawking, or Stephen Jay Gould.
of Texas at Austin) investigates the link between the politics of Harvard paleontologist Stephen Jay Gould and his scientific work and discovers themes that suggest the evolution of man is due to chance rather than a pathway to natural adaptation.
Now, being a historic science, it cannot lend itself to experiments in the lab but as Stephen Jay Gould wrote in The Panda's Thumb, to wit: science is an inferential exercise.
Stephen Jay Gould in The Mismeasure of Man comments that scientific ranking of human groups was based on the fact "that intelligence can be meaningfully abstracted as a single number capable of ranking all people on a linear scale of intrinsic and unalterable mental worth.
He was conscientious, scrupulously honest and as Stephen Jay Gould once vividly expressed it "kind to a fault".
The late naturalist Stephen Jay Gould repeatedly explained that "We often think, naively, that missing data are the primary impediments to intellectual progress--just find the right facts and all problems will dissipate.
The late Stephen Jay Gould has offered a different kind of explanation for the "extinction" of the .
Stephen Jay Gould and Richard Lewontin argued that sociobiological determinism justifies the control of power by elites and legitimates authoritarian policies, genocide, racism and sexism.