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Lecture 2 - Lecture 2 Diamonds Haves Walk in music...

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Lecture 2: Diamond’s Haves Walk in music: Symphonic Metamorphosis iD: Yali’s Question Rancher Power Cereals/pulses The Axes The Bone (from 2001 Space Odyssey movie) Directed by Stanley Kubrick, Written by Arthur C. Clarke Monolith (large upright block of stone – randomly appeared in apes scene) Moonwatcher Homo sapiens used opposable thumbs and learned how to grasp weapons Guns, germs, steels pg 37. Origins of human beings Moonwatcher, leader of the apes first to touch monolith Grasped large femur (club) to hit bone remains of another animal Gain: killed an animal to provide food for family, tribe At waterpool scene, ‘competed’ with other tribe for territory As tools advanced, environmental technology increased Yali’s Question Preamble to Guns, Germs, and Steel by Jared Diamond (Haves) Environmentally deterministic Those who developed these characteristics were smart All of society were stone age hunters and gatherers Why do some societies change after 1000 BC?
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