The Structure of Evolutionary Theory
- S. Gould
- 21 March 2002
Defining and Revising the Structure of Evolutionary Theory and the Integration of Constraint and Adaptation in Ontogeny and Phylogeny: Historical Constraints and the Evolution of Development.
Ontogeny and Phylogeny
This book discusses Recapitulation and Substantive Issues in Experimental Embryology: The New Preformationism, and the Importance of Heterochronic Change: Selected Cases.
ALLOMETRY AND SIZE IN ONTOGENY AND PHYLOGENY
- S. Gould
- BiologyBiological Reviews of The Cambridge Philosophical…
- 1 November 1966
Exaptation—a Missing Term in the Science of Form
This work presents several examples of exaptation, indicating where a failure to conceptualize such an idea limited the range of hypotheses previously available, and proposes a terminological solution to the problem of preadaptation.
Punctuated equilibria: an alternative to phyletic gradualism
Editorial introduction. Moving from populations to species. we recall that the process of speciation as seen through the hyperopic eyes of the paleontologist is an old and venerable theme. But the…
Critical transitions in nature and society
“voluntary animal motion” interested physicians, scholars, and philosophers throughout history for a variety of purposes such as relating “voluntary motion” to the soul and understanding medical…
Punctuated equilibria: the tempo and mode of evolution reconsidered
It is argued that virtually none of the examples brought forward to refute the model of punctuated equilibria can stand as support for phyletic gradualism; many are so weak and ambiguous that they only reflect the persistent bias for gradualism still deeply embedded in paleontological thought.
Pleistocene History of Bermuda
The Pleistocene rocks of Bermuda consist of shallow-water, beach, and intertidal marine biocalcarenites; eolianites; and red soils, displaying complex facies relationships. Eolianites grade laterally…
Stochastic Models of Phylogeny and the Evolution of Diversity
- D. Raup, S. Gould, T. Schopf, D. Simberloff
- Biology, Environmental ScienceThe Journal of geology
- 1 September 1973
This work has extended the use of equilibrium models to examine patterns of phyletic diversification in the fossil record and generated evolutionary trees by stochastic simulation and classified their lineages into clades.
Time's Arrow, Time's Cycle: Myth and Metaphor in the Discovery of Geological Time
- S. Gould
*1. The Discovery of Deep Time * Deep Time * Myths of Deep Time * On Dichotomy * Time's Arrow and Time's Cycle * Caveats *2. Thomas Burnet's Battleground of Time * Burner's Frontispiece * The Burnet…