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On 06/20/01 09:36, Vincent Campbell said this-
>I'm not sure whether cultural diversity deserves the
>same kind of concern.
_If_ one accepts the notion that culture is an artifact of
genetic/environmental adaptation (and nothing or little else), then the
fact that cultural diversity closely tracks (and could be described as
being dependent upon) biological diversity is a straightforward and
logical path, and, yes, would delegate cultural concerns to a back
burner, at best, assuming one's stove had enough burners in the first
Depends how many people you're cooking for....
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