new light on a dilemma that has plagued thinking people since the
Renaissance. Instead of having to choose between science and religion,
Gould asks, why not opt for the golden resolution that accords dignity and
distinction to both? In elaborating and exploring his thought-provoking
concept, Gould delves into the history of science with stories of figures
as Galileo and Darwin, and concludes that science defines the natural
world, and religion our moral world.