The Mismeasure of science: Stephen jay gould versus Samuel George Morton on Skulls and Bias

  • Lewis J
  • DeGusta D
  • Meyer M
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Abstract

Stephen Jay Gould , the prominent evolutionary biologist and science historian, argued that {\textquotedblleft}unconscious manipulation of data may be a scientific norm{\textquotedblright} because {\textquotedblleft}scientists are human beings rooted in cultural contexts, not automatons directed toward external truth{\textquotedblright} [1], a view now ...

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  • Marc MeyerUniversity of Pennsylvania

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  • Jason E. Lewis

  • David DeGusta

  • Janet M. Monge

  • Alan E. Mann

  • Ralph L. Holloway

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