17sapir - Hopi-represents time as a process Culture-carried...

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1884 in Prussia Germanic philology from Columbia More interested in linguistics Phd in anthropology Student of boas Friends with Ruth Benedict and Margaret mead Co-founded anthropology at Yale Philosophized about languages relationship with culture-both influence each other Interpreted hopi and European languages and cultures Studied concept of time in language
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Unformatted text preview: Hopi-represents time as a process Culture-carried in peoples heads as logic Culture and language are not intrinsically linked Called for a world language The Work Elitist Wrote in 1927 Discussing unconscious and conscious Difference between individual and social behavior Function-if hungry, eating is functional part...
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