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Hi TJ Olney -
>As to all those definitions of culture, I can't help but wonder if any of
>them were different in ways that fundamentally change the way one thinks
If one thinks that there ain't no culture at all, but only a matter of
degree of behaviors, then that is quite a different way of looking at it.
And I'm not sure it ain't a subset of the larger shift of thinking that
the darwinian leap one has to make to grant all to evolution that
evolution demands is.
It certainly seems to walk hand in hand with this dangerous idea.
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