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Single thread through three documents that mark the transition in our Arrow Time’s Cycle Myth and PDFEPUBthinking from thousands to billions of years Thomas Burnet's four volume Sacred Theory of the EarthJames Hutton's Theory of the Earth and Charles Lyell's three volume Arrow Time’s Cycle Myth and PDFEPUBPrinciples of Geology Gould's major theme is the role of metaphor in the formulation and testing of scientific theories in this case the insight provided by the oldest traditional dichotomy of Judeo Christian thought the directionality of time's arrow or the immanence of time's cycle Gould follows these metaphors through these three great documents. Gould teaches

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Time’s Arrow Time’s Cycle Myth and Metaphor in the Discovery of Geological Time The Jerusalem Harvard LecturesAnd shows how their influencethan the empirical observation of rocks in the field provoked the supposed discovery of deep time by Hutton and Lyell Gould breaks through the traditional cardboard history of geological textbooks the progressive march to truth inspired byand better observations by showing that Burnet the villain of conventional accounts was a rationalist not a theologically driven miracle monger whose rich reconstruction of earth history emphasized the need for both time's arrow narrative history and time's cycle immanent laws while Hutton and Lyell our traditional heroes denied the richness of history by their exclusive focus upon time's Arr. Un grande clas