Bully for Brontosaurus ebook
by Stephen Jay Gould
Bully for Brontosaurus. Reflections in Natural History. norton & company. Cover design by Mike McIver. Cover painting by . Knight, Brontosaurus.
Bully for Brontosaurus. Courtesy Department of Library Services, American Museum of Natural History. First published as a Norton 1992. Gould, Stephen Jay. Bully for brontosaurus : reflections in natural history, Stephen Jay Gould. p. cm. 1. Natural history-Popular works.
But such is Stephen Jay Gould's command of paleontology and evolutionary theory, and his gift for brilliant .
But such is Stephen Jay Gould's command of paleontology and evolutionary theory, and his gift for brilliant explication, that he has brought dust and de. In his final book and his first full-length original title since Full House in 1996, the eminent paleontologist Stephen Jay Gould offers a surprising and nuanced study of the complex relationship between our two great ways of knowing: science and the huma. The Panda's Thumb: More Reflections in Natural History. by Stephen Jay Gould. With sales of well over one million copies in North America alone, the commercial success of Gould's books now matches their critical acclaim.
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How dare you use the term Brontosaurus! You must be a Creationist or something! That problem, the fetishizing of the names, is apparently what gave Stephen Jay Gould the impetus for writing his essay Bully for Brontosaurus. He wrote the essay at the time that the United States Post Office issued its famous dinosaur stamps, which were artistic reconstructions by the famous John Gurche.
Bully for Brontosaurus is the fifth and finest selection. David Fromkin, Washington Post Book World.
His passions include baseball, the puzzles of evolutionary theory, and the game of scholarly detection as it applies to questions such as, "What became of dinosaurs, anyway?". Bully for Brontosaurus is the fifth and finest selection.
Bully for Brontosaurus (1991) is the fifth volume of collected essays by the Harvard paleontologist Stephen Jay Gould. The essays were culled from his monthly column "This View of Life" in Natural History magazine, to which Gould contributed for 27 years. The book deals, in typically discursive fashion, with themes familiar to Gould's writing: evolution and its teaching, science biography, and probabilities.
Bully for Brontosaurus book. Rich, instructive, entertaining, Stephen Jay Gould remains true to himself: he starts by discussing topics as insignificant as the birth First of all I think the title is quite misleading
Bully for Brontosaurus book. Rich, instructive, entertaining, Stephen Jay Gould remains true to himself: he starts by discussing topics as insignificant as the birth First of all I think the title is quite misleading. Bully for Brontosaurus' is not a book dealing only with dinosaurs, this even if Gould was first and above all a paleontologist. In fact we have here a collection of essays (about 40) ranging from paleontology and biology to astronomy and planetology (he is for instance reacting to the discoveries of Voyager).
Stephen Jay Gould (1941-2002) was the Alexander Agassiz Professor of Zoology and Professor of Geology at Harvard University. He published over twenty books, received the National Book and National Book Critics Circle Awards, and a MacArthur Fellowship. Библиографические данные. Bully for Brontosaurus: Reflections in Natural History.
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