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The Mind of Primitive Man

Franz Boas, Author
Format
Book
Edition
Rev. ed
Published
New York, The Free Press [1966, ©1963]
Language
English
Contents
  • Historical review
  • The composition of human races
  • The hereditary characteristics of human races
  • The instability of human types
  • The morphological position of races
  • Physiological and psychological functions of races
  • Race, language and culture
  • Early cultural traits
  • The interpretations of culture
  • The mind of primitive man and the progress of culture
  • The emotional associations of primitives
  • The race problem in modern society
Keywords
Melville J. Herskovits
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