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Old 04-14-2016, 11:16 AM
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Originally Posted by Colibri View Post
That's not remotely a good example. Gould's views may be controversial but are not considered to be "crank levels of wrong." And the last two "cites" are a blog and a speech by an economist. Not exactly a good indication of Gould's reputation in the field.
Okay, but no comments at all on the first link? The one that said "almost every detail of his analysis is wrong", “Ironically, Gould’s own analysis of Morton is likely the stronger example of a bias influencing results”, and "I had the feeling that his ideological stance was supreme. When the 1996 version of ‘The Mismeasure of Man’ came and he never even bothered to mention Michael’s study, I just felt he was a charlatan.”