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Gould on evolution and Darwin's revolution in thought. In a 45 second video clip, Gould makes a distinction between the acceptance of Darwin's establishment of the fact of evolution and an acceptance of Darwin's model for evolution.

From: Stephen Jay Gould, Darwin's Revolution in Thought: An Illustrated Lecture for the Classroom. Northampton, Mass.: Into the Classroom Video, 1995. Produced and directed by Robert DiNozzi. ©1995, Into the Classroom Video.

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