|5. The earliest development of human society
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Surplus, economy, and society.
The fundamental difference between provisioning and sharing. The distribution of the work load in the hunter-gatherer society.
The Anthropogenesis 23:
When did the leap take place?
Adam and Eve much too late.
Looking in the chart of human evolution. The possibility of multiple beginnings.
The Anthropogenesis 24:
Migrating out of the state of nature.
Marriage shores up the human society.
The Anthropogenesis 25:
The brilliant insight of Levy-Strauss and Social Anthropology. Durkheim.
Mauss and the gift. The kinship system.
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Taboo is not the beginning. Where the French Structuralism fails when compared with our story
of the leap.
Traditional families, modern families, and the postmodern dissolution of the family.
|1. The decisive leap in human evolution||2. The classical anthropogenesis||3. The history of physical anthropology|
|4. The problem of the defining human||5. The earliest development of human society||6. From African exodus to Ice-Age prosperity|
|7. Out of Eden|