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ANTHROPOLOGY OF CONSTRUCTIVE BEHAVIOR

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ANTHROPOLOGY OF CONSTRUCTIVE BEHAVIOR

Critically questions the "cultural primatology concept of W.C. McGrew based essentially on the tool-maker hypothesis, emphasising the earlier theory of "constructivity" of Robert Yerkes 'The Great Apes' 1929.

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THE DEEP STRUCTURE OF ARCHITECTURE: CONSTRUCTIVITY AND HUMAN EVOLUTION (39 pages)

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THE DEEP STRUCTURE OF ARCHITECTURE: CONSTRUCTIVITY AND HUMAN EVOLUTION

Anaxagoras from Klazomenai, the down-to-earth presocratic philosopher of the Ionian coast maintained that "the human being is the most intelligent of all living beings because he has hands." On first…Continue

Tags: hand-as-first-tool, cultural-evolution, hominisation, Constructive-behavior

Started by Nold Egenter Sep 15, 2009.

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