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  1. Specific kind of chance, which Aristotle names" luck ", that can only apply to, human ,beings, since it is in the sphere of moral actions. According to Aristotle
  2. State to be immoral, or alternatively as opposing authority in the conduct of, human ,relations. Proponents of anarchism (known as" anarchists" ) advocate
  3. Crucial topics in writing anthropology were heard. It is possible to view all, human ,cultures as part of one large, evolving global culture. These dynamic
  4. Due to the interest in variation, anthropologists are drawn to the study of, human ,extremes, aberrations and other unusual circumstances, such as headhunting
  5. As artificial fertilizers and phytosanitary products. As the oldest and largest, human ,intervention in nature, the environmental impact of agriculture in general and
  6. Human variation across space. Polo's travels took him across such a diverse, human ,landscape and his accounts of the peoples he met as he journeyed were so
  7. Of nature, anthropology,and geography are another example of studying, human ,variation across space. Polo's travels took him across such a diverse human
  8. To do something called" fieldwork. " On the biological or physical side, human ,measurements, genetic samples, nutritional data may be gathered and published
  9. Lived. According to the philosopher Bryan McGee," it is doubtful whether any, human ,being has ever known as much as he did ". Aristotle was the founder of formal
  10. Man ". She condemned ethical altruism as incompatible with the requirements of, human ,life and happiness, and held that the initiation of force was evil and
  11. And curious errors. For example, in his History of Animals he claimed that, human ,males have more teeth than females. In a similar vein, John Philoponus, and
  12. This time that God" could have either saved or destroyed the Union without a, human ,contest. Yet the contest began. And having begun He could give the final
  13. Like other scholars of his day (such as Edward Taylor),Morgan argued that, human ,societies could be classified into categories of cultural evolution on a scale
  14. To know and understand production systems in as many areas as possible, and the, human ,dimension of interaction with nature. History of agricultural science
  15. Circumcision and subincision, and torture. Topics like racism, slavery or, human ,sacrifice, therefore,attract anthropological attention and theories ranging
  16. Programs of ethnographic study originated in this era as the study of the ", human ,primitives" overseen by colonial administrations. There was a tendency in late
  17. Lincoln subscribed to the Doctrine of Necessity, a belief that asserted the, human ,mind was controlled by some higher power. Some scholars maintain that in the
  18. One medicine of love and compassion. These qualities are the ultimate source of, human ,happiness, and the need for them lies at the very core of our being" ( Dalai
  19. Themselves institutionally linked with scholars of folklore, museum studies, human ,geography, sociology,social relations, ethnic studies, cultural studies, and
  20. Intellect (nous) can develop with each other towards the highest possible, human ,virtue, the wisdom of an accomplished theoretical or speculative thinker, or in
  21. Arisen: interest in comparisons of people over space and interest in long term, human ,processes or human s as viewed through time. Harris dates both to Classical
  22. Core tenets of Rand's philosophy of Objectives and expresses her concept of, human ,achievement. The plot involves a dystopian United States in which the most
  23. In this way, archaeologists provide a vast frame of reference for the places, human ,beings have traveled, their ways of making a living, and their demographics.
  24. There was a tendency in late 18th century Enlightenment thought to understand, human ,society as natural phenomena that behaved according to certain principles and
  25. Formal cause is the blueprint or plan that one has before making or causing a, human ,made object to exist. *The efficient cause is" the primary source ", or that
  26. The object of study in linguistic anthropology). Archaeology is the study of, human ,material culture, including both artifacts (older pieces of human culture)
  27. Symbolization, art,systems of writing, and other physical remnants of, human ,cultural activity. Linguistic anthropology (also called anthropological
  28. Also called anthropological linguistics) seeks to understand the processes of, human ,communications, verbal and non-verbal, variation in language across time and
  29. Organization is a central focus of cultural anthropology, as kinship is a, human ,universal. Cultural anthropology also covers economic and political
  30. Viewed non-European societies as windows onto the pre-industrial, human ,past. As academic disciplines began to differentiate over the course of the
  31. Romanticism to be the approach that most accurately reflected the existence of, human ,free will. She described her own approach to literature as" romantic realism "
  32. Called by economist Ludwig on Miles as" the first anarchist in the history of, human ,thought ". Huangdi wrote," A petty thief is put in jail. A great brigand
  33. Taylor also theorized about the origins of religious feelings in, human ,beings, proposing a theory of animism as the earliest stage, and noting that "
  34. The study of human material culture, including both artifacts (older pieces of, human ,culture) carefully gathered in situ, museum pieces and modern garbage.
  35. Grew older, some assert, the idea of a divine will somehow interacting with, human ,affairs increasingly influenced his beliefs and public expressions. On a
  36. That transform the environment for the production of animals and plants for, human ,use. Agriculture concerns techniques, including the application of agronomic
  37. In a concrete form that can be easily grasped, thereby fulfilling a need of, human ,consciousness. As a writer, the art form Rand focused on most closely was
  38. And superstition. He dissected animals but not human s; his ideas on how the, human ,body works have been almost entirely superseded. Empirical research program
  39. Determined that she was an atheist and that she valued reason above any other, human ,attribute. After graduating from high school in the Crimea, at sixteen Rand
  40. Age of Enlightenment, a period when Europeans attempted systematically to study, human ,behavior, the known varieties of which had been increasing since the 15th
  41. Of mythic proportion. Lincoln was viewed by abolitionists as a champion for, human ,liberty. Republicans linked Lincoln's name to their party. Many, though not
  42. Can get done with enough muscle power. He sees no role for intelligence in, human ,achievement. He relies on Deign and Ellis Wyatt to run things, and resents them
  43. Of human universals (behaviors, ideas or concepts shared by virtually all, human ,cultures) They use many methods of study, but modern population
  44. Children to demonstrate that biological race was not immutable, and that, human ,conduct and behavior resulted from nurture, rather than nature. Influenced by
  45. Aristotle identified such an optimum activity of the soul as the aim of all, human ,deliberate action, eudaimonia,generally translated as" happiness" or
  46. Nuclear weapons. To his former student Salt, Stadler represents the epitome of, human ,evil, as the" man who knew better" but chose not to act for the good. Wesley
  47. Archaeologists and other anthropologists in understanding major trends in the, human ,past. Anthropologists and geographers share approaches to Culture regions as
  48. Linguistic or archaeological. Biological anthropologists are interested in both, human ,variation and in the possibility of human universals (behaviors, ideas or
  49. Social sciences. The term ". Anthropology's basic concerns are" What defines, human ,life and society? "," How are social relations among human s organized? ","
  50. Are interested in both human variation and in the possibility of, human ,universals (behaviors, ideas or concepts shared by virtually all human

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