2 edition of Anthropology and the world of science. found in the catalog.
Anthropology and the world of science.
Jesse David Jennings
Bulletin of the University of Utah, v. 54, no. 18.
|Series||University of Utah. Frederick William Reynolds lecture,, 27|
|LC Classifications||GN29 .J4|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||18|
|LC Control Number||63063424|
Animal Science and Zoology; Anthropology; Applied Mathematics; Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology; Applied Psychology; Aquatic Science; Archeology; Archeology (arts and humanities) Architecture; Artificial Intelligence; Arts and Humanities (miscellaneous) Assessment and Diagnosis; Astronomy and Astrophysics; Atmospheric Science; Atomic and. Yet the science of anthropology has long been steeped in debates, discus-sions, and controversies concerning race, racism, and the very meaning of human differences. Anthropology has also been concerned with the so-called psychic unity of humankind, and with the fact that races and peoples the world over are essentially the.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Jennings, Jesse D. (Jesse David), Anthropology and the world of science. Salt Lake City, Extension Division, University of Utah, A.
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