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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.