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No, our common perspective (well illustrated also in the work of a few others, in particular Lawrence Hirschfeld – the four of us used to meet and discuss at my home in Paris in the early eighties) is still very much a minority view among anthropologists everywhere, as are all Darwinian views. Sharon and Richard Cowan; director, Richard Cowan. Etymologically, anthropology is the science of humans. It recognizes that each environment requires different adaptations and that not every culture is working towards the same “norm”.

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