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Ryan Schram (admin) [The psychic unity of humankind]
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   * Humanity is one, and all people have the same brains   * Humanity is one, and all people have the same brains
  
-Tylor is an important example of the second anthropology,​ and he is responsible for introducing ​a contemporary sense of culture as acquired. But he never talks about plural culture-s. ๐Ÿค”+Tylor is caught between ​the two anthropologies. He gives us a contemporary sense of culture as acquired. But he never talks about plural culture-s. ๐Ÿค”
  
 Rather, each society occupied a different stage of culture, somewhere between primitive and civilized. ๐Ÿง Rather, each society occupied a different stage of culture, somewhere between primitive and civilized. ๐Ÿง
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