"It is not often that a work can literally rewrite a person's view of a subject.
And this is exactly what Rudwick's book should do for many paleontologists' view of the history of their own field."—Stephen J.
Gould, Paleobotany and Palynology"Rudwick has not merely written the first book-length history of palaeontology in the English language; he has written a very intelligent one.
His accounts of sources are rounded and organic: he treats the structure of arguments as Cuvier handled fossil bones."—Roy S.
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