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Fri Feb 2 08:31:37 MST 1996
- Charles Woolfson, "The Labour Theory of Culture" (London: Routledge &
Kegan Paul, 1982).
This is one of the few scientific, not textual, works on culture and its
development that I have seen. It addresses topics such as language,
labor, speech, and, of course, how all these are dialectically related to
cultural development. It actually incorporates anthropological,
archeological and paleontological info. No MCE texts do this at all.
This book leaves the reader with a clear and unmuddled understanding of
what culture actually is, where it emerges from and how it develops.
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