Anthro week 2 reading review

Anthro week 2 reading review - Anthropology 104 Week 2...

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Anthropology 104 Week 2 Readings I soon as I read what the Sapir-Whorf hypothesis was, it immediately put me into deep thought. I kept trying to find a way to be able to think of a concept that has no way for me to put it into one specific term but it was, indeed, impossible. This hypothesis reminded me of my Philosophy 101 class I took last semester because the concepts presented to me are things I would never normally think about on a regular basis. But once presented to me, I am thoroughly intrigued by them. I found it interesting that the Hopis do not believe in past, present, and future but rather state of what is, and what is becoming. To my point of view, I see this as being significantly more laid back than our culture because we are always so worried about time, deadlines, and living life so fast. In chapter seven, the way the Subanun people drink is not at all different from us. I found it amusing that they play drinking games just as we would do. I laughed when I read that they sometimes drink under the blanket with a person of the opposite
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This note was uploaded on 04/13/2008 for the course ANTHRO 104 taught by Professor Bowie during the Spring '08 term at University of Wisconsin.

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