I happened across this great quote by Marcel Otte, referring to the Bordes-Binford debate among other archaeological donnybrooks:
The fastidious descriptions of European lithic assemblages have led to different and often contradictory interpretations—lyric or pathetic—that seem ultimately to be reflections of irreconcilable personal obsessions (Otte 2003:46).
Otte M. 2003. The significance of variability in the European Mousterian. In Dibble HL, ed. The Middle Paleolithic: Adaptation, Behavior and Variability. University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology, Philadelphia.