Stephen Jay Gould - Science - 2011 - 244 pages
Gould shows why a more accurate way of understanding our world is to look at a given subject within its own context, to see it as a part of a spectrum of variation and then to ...
Stephen Jay Gould - Nature - 1994 - 479 pages
In the sixth volume of essays from Natural History magazine, a science writer discusses environmental spoliation and the massive extinction of the Earth's species.
Stephen Jay Gould - Nature - 1997 - 480 pages
Essays discuss topics ranging from Charles Darwin to Old Testament Psalms, from the dinosaurs of "Jurassic Park" to the ethical challenges of science
Stephen Jay Gould - Science - 2006 - 654 pages
Collects forty-four key segments from the late paleontologist and evolutionary biologist's books, papers, and essays, in a collection that includes an assortment of previously ...
Stephen Jay Gould - Science - 2011 - 422 pages
With his customary brilliance, Gould examines the puzzles and paradoxes great and small that build nature’s and humanity’s diversity and order.
Stephen Jay Gould - Fiction - 1990 - 347 pages
A study of the Burgess Shale, a sea bed 530 million years old, and attempts to tackle what the findings are and what it means