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Arch notes classes - 2nd Class Wednesday 8:38 AM Foundations of Class Culture Challenge Legitimating Social Institutions Limiting Factors Empathy

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2nd Class Wednesday, August 26, 2009 8:38 AM Foundations of Class: Culture, Challenge Legitimating, Social Institutions Limiting Factors Empathy, Languages of Form Cultural and Physiological resources become merged Buildings have language that can be learned to be read Beliefs, Perceptions of the Natural World Overpowering view: Nature is indifferent to human behavior. (Nature doesn’t care) Time - Circles, beliefs are tied into our architecture Themes in Building Individualism - Roman Times Relations to Anthropology As a species, we have given up genetic programming for a more cultural set agenda Adaptive behavior Human Milestones Upright Walking - use of our free hands Use of Fire - Amount of food needed to survive lowered Use of Tools Words Clothes Stone and Bone Tools Symmetrical tools develop, why? Right-handed tools Language 5 different basic language structures: Suggests five different times of arrival of language 1 type of language would suggest either some genetic tag for language or one arrival of language The end of the most recent ice age allowed for accelerated human development Architectural Types
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3rd Class Global Warming (Climate Change) CO2 concentration is really high now We have broken the natural cycling of earth's temp Fossil Fuels Friday, August 28, 2009 8:40 AM 8000 B.C. (Neolithic Age) Forests covered Europe People were forced into isolation Ocean levels began to rise and separated the people on different continents Domestication of Plants and animals - people made permanent settlements, villages Bronze Age - Urban Revolutions Thousands of people in villages Irrigation systems Large food production Cities develop Smelt Metals Roman 1000 B.C. - Iron Age 4th Class Monday, August 31, 2009 8:45 AM Venus Statuettes Willendorf statuette 30,000 years old Earliest human artistic artifacts All statuettes were female and faceless Fat women Lespunge statuette Ivory
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Symmetrical These statuettes were meant to be carried around Lassurl statuette Establishes a division of the sexes She is gesturing Hand on womb Holding a horn above her shoulders
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This note was uploaded on 10/27/2010 for the course ARCH 3005 taught by Professor Desmond during the Fall '07 term at LSU.

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Arch notes classes - 2nd Class Wednesday 8:38 AM Foundations of Class Culture Challenge Legitimating Social Institutions Limiting Factors Empathy

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