The Character of Human Institutions: Robin Fox and the Rise of Biosocial Science Michael Egan

ISBN: 9781412854283

Published: June 30th 2014

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395 pages


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The Character of Human Institutions: Robin Fox and the Rise of Biosocial Science  by  Michael Egan

The Character of Human Institutions: Robin Fox and the Rise of Biosocial Science by Michael Egan
June 30th 2014 | ebook | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, RTF | 395 pages | ISBN: 9781412854283 | 7.58 Mb

This volume celebrates the life and work of Robin Fox and the idea of a biosocial science. Robin Fox inspired many with an evolutionary vision of humanity that goes beyond narrow disciplinary boundaries and embraces the universal history ofMoreThis volume celebrates the life and work of Robin Fox and the idea of a biosocial science.

Robin Fox inspired many with an evolutionary vision of humanity that goes beyond narrow disciplinary boundaries and embraces the universal history of mankind. This engaging collection covers Foxs life and his contributions, the meaning and function of laughter, the unforgiving discipline of writing popular anthropology, extreme drinking rituals among young men training in the British army, the conflict between science and anti-science, and more.



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