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  • n. Plural form of histrionism.


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  • For those who have read Gould’s primary scientific works this is really nothing new, since - misunderstandings and histrionisms aside - his views on the matter did not change very much over time see for instance ref. 1, or the text of his Cambridge University Tanner Lecture in 1984.

    On the beach with Stephen Jay - The Panda's Thumb


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