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  1. Un hérisson dans la tempête by Stephen Jay Gould, 1996-04-01
  2. Das Lächeln des Flamingos. Betrachtungen zur Naturgeschichte. by Stephen Jay Gould, 1995-08-01
  3. Hens Teeth & Horses Toes 1ST Edition by Stephen Jay Gould, 1983
  4. Dinosaur in a Haystack Reflections in Natural His by Stephen Jay Gould, 1995
  5. Ein Dinosaurier im Heuhaufen. Streifzüge durch die Naturgeschichte. by Stephen Jay Gould, 2002-06-01
  6. El Pulgar del Panda (Spanish Edition) by Stephen Jay Gould, 2003-03
  7. Mismeasure of Man the Pandas Thumb 2 Volumes by Stephen Jay Gould, 1981-01-01
  8. Rational Society (A.Comte Memorial Lecture) by Stephen Jay Gould, 1971-11-22
  9. Quand les poules auront des dents-- by Stephen Jay Gould, Marcel Blanc, 1991-05-17
  10. Life in the Universe: A "Scientific American" Special Issue by S A S I, Stephen Jay Gould, et all 1995-05
  11. Die Lügensteine von Marrakesch. Vorletzte Erkundungen der Naturgeschichte. by Stephen Jay Gould, 2003-03-01
  12. Le sourire du flamant rose by Stephen Jay Gould, 1999-02-23
  13. Flamingos Smile Reflections in Natural H by Stephen Jay Gould, 1985
  14. La Vie est belle : Les Surprises de l'évolution by Stephen Jay Gould, 1998-10-23

81. Stephen Jay Gould
A scientist of the peopleThe radical politics of the biologist stephen jay gould A scientist of the people. BIOLOGIST stephen jay gould died of cancer last month at the age of 60., Stephen Jay

82. Socialism Today - Stephen Jay Gould
stephen jay gould. stephen jay gould, who recently died of cancer, was an outstanding contributor to evolutionary theory. stephen jay gould died on 20 May 2002.
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Stephen Jay Gould, who recently died of cancer, was an outstanding contributor to evolutionary theory. But more than this, he had the rare ability to popularise a wide range of scientific thought. PETE MASON writes. GOULD’S SUBJECTS WERE diverse: evolutionary theory, geology, biological determinism and the history of science. He campaigned against creationism and racism in scientific research. Describing himself as a ‘leftist’, he "could be seen at demonstrations and on picket lines, especially during the 1960s and 70s". (Stephen Rose, Guardian, 22 May) In the same newspaper, Steve Jones compared him to Darwin, "a working scientist", passing many uncomfortable summers "scraping away at lumps of rock". Gould’s many books, and particularly his collections of essays, hit the best-sellers lists, earning him book-jacket acclamations, such as ‘The greatest living scientist – The Sunday Times’. The US Congress named him one of America’s ‘living legends’. Yet to many scientists Gould was a misguided heretic. Occasionally demonised as a Marxist by his opponents, Gould’s theory of ‘Punctuated Equilibrium’ (written with Niles Eldredge) moved from a ‘Marxist’ curiosity to a mainstream contender for a more accurate understanding of the development of species in the thirty years since its publication in 1972.

83. Past Displays: Biological Sciences & Stephen Jay Gould
gould, stephen jay. Bully for Brontosaurus Reflections in Natural History. New York Norton, 1991. SMS Meyer Periodical QH1 .N13. gould, stephen jay.
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Fall 2002. Readers’ Advisory Program “Stephen Jay Gould, 60, Harvard University paleontologist and evolutionary theorist who was also the author of a popular column, "This View of Life," which ran in Natural History magazine from 1974 to 2001; many of those columns were incorporated into various best-selling books; as a scientist, he was perhaps best known for his theory of "punctuated equilibria," developed with Niles Eldredge in the early 1970s, which argued that evolutionary change came in sudden spurts rather than gradually; one of his books, The Mismeasure of Man (1981), was an influential rebuttal of the argument that some races were more intelligent than others; he had recently published a massive tome, The Structure of Evolutionary Theory , which he considered his masterpiece; born September 10, 1941 in New York City; died May 20 at his home in New York, of lung cancer.”

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    p> "Storia materiale della scienza. Dal libro ai laboratori" di Marco Beretta per Bruno Mondadori. Una ricostruzione rigorosa e appassionata del percorso tormentato e frastagliato della ricerca, contrassegnato da tentativi, fallimenti e dubbi, attraverso lo studio degli strumenti di misura, dei laboratori, delle vicende umane degli scienziati, del confronto con l'industria, la guerra, il potere politico. In un viaggio che si ferma sulla soglia del presente
  • 85. En Manchette Sur Le Net: Stephen Jay Gould
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    86. Steve Sailer On Stephen Jay Gould On National Review Online
    May 22, 2002, 910 am stephen jay gould, RIP His life and work. By Steve Sailer. arvard paleontologist stephen jay gould, the literary
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      His life and work. By Steve Sailer arvard paleontologist Stephen Jay Gould, the literary world's favorite scientist, has died of lung cancer at the age of 60. Let us begin by speaking well of Gould the man. A deadly cancer struck him two decades ago; he somehow beat it and went on to do an enormous amount of hard work. He was an authority on West Indian land snails. He wrote dozens of books in a sonorous prose style that struck people of nonscientific inclinations as exactly what a Great Man of Science ought to sound like. Although always an adversary of Creationism, in later life he grew tired of the war of intellectual extermination being fought by extremists on both sides of the religion/science divide, and wisely urged forbearance. His vast energy and mellifluous prose style made him a celebrity. He portrayed himself on The Simpsons and sang "Take Me Out to the Ballgame" a capella — all the way through — as part of Ken Burns's baseball documentary.

    87. Stephen Jay Gould: An Appreciation
    stephen jay gould An Appreciation. Clive Bradley. from New Politics, vol. ). return. stephen jay gould, An Urchin In the Storm (London Penguin, 1987). return.
    Stephen Jay Gould: An Appreciation
    Clive Bradley
    [from New Politics , vol. 9, no. 4 (new series),
    whole no. 36, Winter 2004]
    CLIVE BRADLEY is a regular contributor to Workers' Liberty (UK). He has written extensively on the politics of militant Islam. STEPHEN JAY GOULD, THE PALAEONTOLOGIST AND SCIENCE WRITER who died last year, wrote brilliantly on a bewildering series of subjects, but he is perhaps best known for his contribution to four: general evolutionary theory; the sociobiology debate; the relationship between science and religion; and the study (or critique of it) of intelligence testing. This article will attempt mainly to introduce these debates to readers unfamiliar with them, and to summarize what Gould had to say. It is written by someone with no academic background in the natural sciences, but who came to admire Gould enormously as, at least implicitly, though often more than that, a socialist, even (broadly) Marxist scientist. Perhaps, indeed, this is an underlying and more general issue that Gould addressed and illuminated: whether the notion of a "socialist scientist" is not properly speaking false, or oxymoronic. Science, surely, is science; and attempts to box it into socialist or Marxist frameworks sound more like the appalling practices of the Soviet Union than much else. Gould, and in this is he was by no means alone, argued however for understanding science, like everything else, in its social and historical context. The child of Jewish members of the Communist Party, Gould was politically engaged, beginning in the 1960s with involvement in Science for the People. His colleague, geneticist Richard Lewontin, is probably more overtly political, and writes with a harder ideological edge. But Gould was more well known (and a better writer); and so, for instance, one popular account of recent debates in science lumps one whole "camp" together as "Gouldians" (against the "Dawkinsians").

    88. Stephen Jay Gould
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    Asking Big Questions on Science and Meaning: A Review of Fire in the Mind: Science, Faith, and the Search for Order (1995) (Off Site) Darwinian Fundamentalism: Review of Darwin's Dangerous Idea " (Off Site) Evolution as Fact and Theory (1994) (Off Site) "Yet, amidst all this turmoil, no biologist has been lead to doubt the fact that evolution occurred; we are all debating how it happened. The Evolution of Life on the Earth (Off Site) The history of life is not necessarily progressive; it is certainly not predictable. The earth's creatures have evolved through a series of contingent and fortuitous events. Genesi vs. Geology (1982) (Off Site) The claim that creationism is a science rests above all on the plausibility of the biblical flood. Impeaching a Self-Appointed Judge (1992) (Off Site) Hooking Leviathan by Its Past (1997) (Off Site) The Pattern of Life's History (1995) (Off Site) Let's Leave Darwin Out of It (Off Site) Nonmoral Nature (1994) (Off Site) The Piltdown Conspiracy (1983) (Off Site)
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    89. General Search Results For GOULD, STEPHEN JAY
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    91. Evolution -- By & About Stephen Jay Gould
    gouldiana A View of Life – Evolution stephen jay gould (19412002) Darwin s Modern Bulldog. For almost 30 years Steve gould was
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    For almost 30 years Steve Gould was my primary teacher about evolution. He beat the odds against a terrible cancer 20 years ago, but this time the grim reaper was not to be denied. I was in the middle of his last book at the time he died. It was a tough read, giving his vision for the future of evolutionary science. It was vintage, pugnacious, terribly overwritten, S.J.G. I will miss his silenced pen and wit. The world is a better place for his having been here to teach us. Gould Info Elsewhere Perhaps the Ultimate Web Accolade Author of 300 essays for his monthly column This View of Life in Natural History magazine, Gould has also penned over 20 best-selling books and nearly a thousand scientific papers. In addition, he has received numerous awards including the MacArthur Foundation Prize Fellowship, the prestigious Medal of Edinburgh, and the Silver National Medal of the Zoology Society of London. Presidential Lectures Background on Gould, from Stanford U., Excerpts from writings

    92. Truly A Wonderful Life - Review Of Stephen Jay Gould's Wonderful Life. Origins R
    Review of gould, stephen jay, 1989, Wonderful Life The Burgess Shale and the Nature of History, WW Norton Co., New York, NY, 347 p., $19.95. Kurt P. Wise.
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    Review of : Gould, Stephen Jay, 1989, Wonderful Life: The Burgess Shale and the Nature of History
    Kurt P. Wise During my graduate school years, I often had to support myself by working as a landscaper. That gave me substantial firsthand knowledge of the unpredictability of weather. It thus came as no surprise to me when I learned that chaos theory was first elaborated in the field of meteorology. Chaos theoriescurrently the rage in physicswere not designed to explain the orderly nature of chaos. Rather, chaos theories attempt to examine the chaotic nature of order! They attempt to look at the chaotic element of not only weather, which is notoriously unpredictable, but predictable phenomena like the orbits of planets. Indeed, both the weather and planetary orbits are equally well fit by theories of chaos. If all things were not so precisely determined by God, we might say "Play it again, Sam," and things would turn out quite differently. So many small, seemingly insignificant events contribute to a planet's orbit or the course of a storm that, if replayed without supernatural guidance, cosmic history might well have left our sun with only five planets (or three, or twenty) and the replay of meteorological history might have led to hurricane Hugo missing the Carolina coast altogether. Though he never explicitly mentions chaos theory, Stephen Jay Gould has introduced it into what he calls the gentle field of paleontologyi.e. the study of fossils. His latest book

    93. Analysis Of Homer Simpson And Stephen Jay Gould
    Access Research Network ARN Library Files. An Analysis of Homer Simpson and stephen jay gould. by William A. Dembski. Note The Simpson s
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    by William A. Dembski Note: The Simpson's, television's popular prime-time cartoon known for its satirical commentary on various social issues, recently took a shot at the creation-evolution debate by featuring Stephen Jay Gould prominently in one of its episodes. Here is Bill Dembski's review and observations of that episode.
    For those of you who regularly watch the Simpsons, you'll know that to have one's voice and character appear on a Simpsons episode is a mark of accomplishment and fame. Over the years George Harrison, Bette Midler, Magic Johnson, Danny DeVito, and a host of other entertainers and notables have appeared on the program. I was therefore particularly impressed when S. J. Gould appeared on tonight's episode. Gould was playing himself, a scientist at the local natural history museum.
    This episode was really a very clever cultural commentary. Lisa Simpson wants to stop a huge mall development from proceeding at "Sabertooth Ravine" because the ravine is a fossil site. As a compromise, the mall developers decide to let Lisa dig for fossils while they continue to build the mall. While digging, Lisa finds an almost human fossil. Almost, but not quite: in place of arms the fossil has wings. "It's an angel" declare the naive and religiously motivated townfolk. Lisa, who plays the scientific naturalist, will have none of it. She therefore enlists Gould to prove that the fossil is nothing of the sort. Gould claims that the DNA tests he performed proved inconclusive.

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    Listen to MP3 Harvard paleontologist, man of letters and public intellectual Stephen Jay Gould died this week at the age of sixty. Gould was perhaps the most famous evolutionary scientist since Darwin himself, and wrote over twenty books, including his most recent scientific work, "The Structure of Evolutionary Theory," and his most recent collection of essays, "I have Landed." We invited two of Gould's friends and colleagues to discuss his life, his science and his legacy.

    95. Gould, Stephen Jay. Leonardo's Mountain Of Clams And The Diet Of Worms.
    How to subscribe to Booklist Magazine. gould, stephen jay. Leonardo s Mountain of Clams and the Diet of Worms Essays on Natural History. Oct. 1998. 432p.
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    96. Booklist: Gould, Stephen Jay. The Structure Of Evolutionary Theory.
    How to subscribe to Booklist Magazine. gould, stephen jay. The Structure of Evolutionary Theory. Mar. 2002. 1,464p. index. illus.
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    97. International Socialist Review
    stephen jay gould Dialectical Biologist By Phil Gasper. 3 stephen jay gould, The Structure of Evolutionary Theory (Cambridge, MA Harvard University Press).
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    International Socialist Review Stephen Jay Gould: Dialectical Biologist
    By Phil Gasper Every major newspaper carried an obituary of Gould after his death, praising his scientific accomplishments. But most said nothing about another important aspect of Gould’s life–his radical politics. Gould was a red diaper baby. His maternal grandparents were Jewish immigrants who worked in Manhattan’s garment sweatshops in the early years of the last century, just blocks from the horrific Triangle Shirtwaist fire that killed 146 workers in 1911. "I grew up in a family of Jewish immigrant garment workers," Gould wrote, "and this holocaust (in the literal meaning of a thorough sacrifice by burning)…set their views and helped to define their futures."4 Gould’s parents were New York leftists, probably in or around the Communist Party in the 1930s, and he once boasted that he had learned his Marxism "literally at [my] daddy’s knee."5 Gould’s essays often revealed his interest in Marx and Marxism,6 even though he also made clear that his politics were "very different" from his father’s. Although he did not elaborate, Gould was most likely indicating by this comment his own rejection of Stalinism.7 Whatever precisely he meant, however, Gould remained politically active for left-wing causes during his whole life. While a visiting undergraduate at Leeds University in England in the early 1960s, for example, Gould organized weekly demonstrations outside a dance hall in nearby Bradford which refused to admit Blacks. The demonstrations continued until this racist policy was revoked, leaving a lasting impression on Gould’s fellow students.8

    98. Stephen Jay Gould S Battle Against Racism
    Published on Wednesday, May 29, 2002 in the Boston Globe. stephen jay gould s Battle Against Racism. by Derrick Z. Jackson. AS PROLIFIC
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    E-Mail This Article Published on Wednesday, May 29, 2002 in the Boston Globe Stephen Jay Gould's Battle Against Racism by Derrick Z. Jackson AS PROLIFIC and provocative as Stephen Jay Gould was on evolution, it was understandable that most obituaries on his recent death were obligated to focus on his notion of a ''punctuated equilibrium.'' Gould and colleague Niles Eldredge proposed that evolution was marked not by a continuous and gradual change of species but by sudden appearances of new species that themselves changed very little during their millions of years on earth. Gould also wrote mightily against punctuated inequality. Twenty years ago, Gould, a Harvard University scientist, published ''The Mismeasure of Man,'' which challenged the historical ranking of people by so-called levels of intelligence. Gould led the reader on a near-comical documentary of the ways the scientists of yesteryear tried to measure skulls, brains, heredity, and even the tattooing on criminals with the primary goal of declaring that western and northern Europeans had higher IQs than Eastern and Southern Europeans and people of color had much lower IQs. One famous example quoted by Gould was Louis Agassiz, the Harvard zoologist of the mid-1800s, who wrote that black people are part of a ''degraded and degenerate race.'' In 1996 Gould published a revised edition of ''The Mismeasure of Man,'' because men were still mismeasuring men and women. In 1994, right-wing political activist Charles Murray and the late Harvard psychology professor Richard Herrnstein hit the best-seller lists with ''The Bell Curve,'' which claimed that black people have lower and more fixed IQs than white people.

    99. Stephen Jay Gould On Evolution
    stephen jay gould ON EVOLUTION. A Basic Helpsheet. Take the stephen jay gould On Evolution CDROM from its case and place it in the CD carrier of the computer.
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    On Evolution is a CD-ROM "expanded book," reproducing the complete text of Steven Jay Gould's book Bully for Brontosaurus , as well as other supplementary materials. These materials include a video lecture, other Gould essays related to evolution, related historical documents (such as letters written by Charles Darwin), maps allowing you to locate any place in the world mentioned in the writings, and the texts of Charles Darwin's books Origin of the Species and Voyage of the Beagle . All texts are searchable.
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    100. Book: Stephen Jay Gould And Immanuel Velikovsky
    stephen jay gould and Immanuel Velikovsky. stephen jay gould and Immanuel Velikovsky is a fundamental document for anyone interested in this modern affair.
    Stephen Jay Gould and Immanuel Velikovsky
    Essays in the Continuing Velikovsky Affair
  • The Original Velikovsky Affair, An Idea That Just Would Not Go Away, by Irving Wolfe
  • The A.A.A.S Symposium on Velikovsky, by Charles Ginenthal
  • The A.A.A.S. Affair From Twenty Years After, by Lynn E. Rose
  • Henry H. Bauer and Immanuel Velikovsky, by Charles Ginenthal
  • Beneath Bauer, by Irving Wolfe
  • All Honorable Men, Journalists and Scientists As Misrepresenters, by Charles Ginenthal
  • Bob Forrest and Venus As A Comet in World Mythology, by David N. Talbott and Ev Cochane
  • Asimov in Absurdity, by Charles Ginenthal
  • Pompous Asimov, by Irving Wolfe
  • Stephen Jay Gould and Immanuel Velikovsky, by Charles Ginenthal
  • A Rage to Deny - the Roots of the Velikovsky Affair, by Irving Wolfe
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