Unformatted text preview: Each person is an entity to themselves, each person has the ability to come up with their own morality Gahuku Gama - their world is the clan, not the individual- they are more likely to adhere to same morality as their neighbor would because they do not have as much choice Human is combination of spirit and matter - body holds personality, injury to body is slight to the spirit as well ??Cont: No physical boundaries distinguish ourselves from others Each of us is a means in ourselves so we should not use others as our own Instruments Gahukugama rules do not apply within the universal "individual" - if they do see themselves as a cell in a system - the only way a cell can exist is within a system with other cells (the rest of their clan) Read: just wanted to find a connection in the unfamiliar society? Shooting off the arrow and assumes that he is letting off steam, sees himself in Makis...
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This note was uploaded on 01/22/2010 for the course ANTH 146 taught by Professor Evens during the Fall '07 term at UNC.
- Fall '07