- Author:David F. Prindle
- Publisher:Prometheus Books (May 26, 2009)
- Pages:249 pages
- Subcategory:Professionals & Academics
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Harvard paleontologist Stephen Jay Gould was, until his death in 2002, America's best-known natural . Political scientist David F. Prindle argues that Gould's mind worked along two tracks simultaneously-the scientific and the political.
Harvard paleontologist Stephen Jay Gould was, until his death in 2002, America's best-known natural scientist. His monthly essays in Natural History magazine were widely read by both scientists and ordinary citizens with an interest in science. One of his books won the National Book Award, and another was a bestseller in three countries. All of his concepts and arguments were bona fide contributions to science, but all of them also contained specifically political implications. One of his books won the National Book Award. He is professor of government at the University of Texas at Austin.
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Harvard paleontologist Stephen Jay Gould was, until his death in 2002, America's best-known natural .
Was Gould's evolutionary theory a trojan horse for Marxist politics? .
Was Gould's evolutionary theory a trojan horse for Marxist politics? Do you want to read the rest of this article? Request full-text. List of contributors Acknowledgements Part I. The Natural and the Social: 1. Doing what comes naturally: four metanarratives on what metaphors are for Philip Mirowski 2. So what's an economic metaphor? Arjo Klamer and Thomas C. Leonard Part II. Physical Metaphors and Mathematical Formalization: 3. Newton and the social sciences, with special reference to economics, or, the case of the missing.
Author: David F. Prindle. The Evolution of the Law and Politics of Water Glenn Gould.
Prindle, David F. Bibliographic Citation. Amherst, NY: Prometheus Books, 2009. Davidson, Richard . Davis, Michael; Desimone, Robert; Drevets, Wayne . Duman, Ronald . Essock, Susan . Faraone, Stephen . Freedman, Robert; Friston, Karl . Gelernter, Joel; Geller, Barbara; Gill, Michael; Gould, Elizabeth; Grace, Anthony . Grillon, Christian; Gueorguieva, Ralitza; Hariri, Ahmad . Innis, Robert . Jones, Edward . Kleinman, Joel . Koob, George . Krystal, Andrew . Leibenluft, Ellen; Levinson, Douglas . Levitt
ACA Lecture Series David Prindle January 13, 2013 Topic . Prindle won the the Eyes of Texas Teaching Award in 1998. In 2009 Prometheus Books published his latest book, Stephen Jay Gould and the Politics of Evolution
Prindle won the the Eyes of Texas Teaching Award in 1998. In 2009 Prometheus Books published his latest book, Stephen Jay Gould and the Politics of Evolution. The Atheist Community of Austin hosts a monthly lecture series as a community service and a means of promoting and disseminating ideas of interest to atheists and the greater Austin community.