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On 06/08/01 10:50, Vincent Campbell said this-
>Clearly human culture must have
>evolved from earlier ancestral versions in nature, so our culture is simply
>different by degree, rather than fundamentally.
Or that is really the question, maybe the core one here - why is this
degree so large?
Or is it...?
.....a matter of degree...?
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