Skeptical Inquirer. May, 2000, Vol. 24 Issue 3, 54.
Science and the humanities -- Analysis
Gould, Stephen Jay. 'Deconstructing the 'Science Wars' by Reconstructing an Old Mold.' Science 287:253-261, January 14, 2000. In this provocative essay, Gould examines the human tendency to tell our explanatory [...]
Booklist. April 1, 2003, Vol. 99 Issue 15, p1354, 1 p.
Books -- Book reviews and The Hedgehog, the Fox, and the Magister's Pox: Mending the Gap between Science and the Humanities (Book) -- Book reviews
Apr. 2003. 288p. illus. index. Harmony, $25.95 (0-609-60140-7). 303.48. Gould was an impassioned and brilliant scholar and evolutionary biologist, an original and philosophical thinker, and a consummate prose [...]
Library Journal. Feb 1, 2003, Vol. 128 Issue 2, p90, 1 p.
Triumph and Tragedy in Mudville: a Lifelong Passion for Baseball. (Book) -- Book reviews
Norton. Mar. 2(X)3. 288p. ISBN 0-393-05755-0. $24.95. Late paleontologist Gould (The Mismeasure of Man) collects his occasional pieces on his other area of passionate study--baseball. Encouraged by his [...]
Lewis, Jason E., DeGusta, David, Meyer, Marc R., Monge, Janet M., Mann, Alan E., and Holloway, Ralph L.
PLoS Biology. June, 2011, Vol. 9 Issue 6
Gould, Stephen Jay -- Services, Morton, Samuel George -- Services, Scientists -- Services, and Skull -- Physiological aspects
Stephen Jay Gould, the prominent evolutionary biologist and science historian, argued that 'unconscious manipulation of data may be a scientific norm' because 'scientists are human beings rooted in cultural contexts, [...]