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Race, culture, and evolution; essays in the history of anthropology [by] George W. Stocking, Jr.


New York, Free Press [1968] .
ISBN 0029315301, 9780029315309

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Subjects Anthropologie.
Anthropology -- History.
Anthropology.
Cultuur.
Ethnologie.
Evolutie.
Evolution.
Kultur.
Rasse.
Rassen (mens)
Description xvii, 380 pages 22 cm
Copyright Date [1968]
Notes Bibliographical references included in "Notes" (pages 312-363).
Contents On the limits of "presentism" and "historicism" in the historiography of the behavioral sciences -- French anthropology in 1800 -- The persistence of polygenist thought in post-Darwinian anthropology -- Matthew Arnold, E.B. Tylor, and the uses of invention -- "Cultural Darwinism" and "philosophical idealism" in E.B. Tylor -- The dark-skinned savage : the image of primitive man in evolutionary anthropology -- From physics to ethnology -- The critique of racial formalism -- Franz Boas and the culture concept in historical perspective -- Lamarckianism in American social science, 1890-1915 -- The scientific reaction against cultural anthropology, 1917-1920.
Genre History.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)ocm00035928
(OCoLC)35928
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WorldCat Identities Stocking, George W., Jr. 1928-2013.
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