THE ANTHROPOLOGY OF WAR

THE ANTHROPOLOGY OF WAR - THE ANTHROPOLOGY OF WAR: AN...

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THE ANTHROPOLOGY OF WAR: AN OVERVIEW I. Introduction A. Compared to other fields, not focused on nation-state system (state evolved around 5,000 yrs ago, nation-state system established about 350 yrs ago, many countries became independent of colonials after WWII, even in 1960s) B. Hunter-gatherers = 99% human existence, 4-6 MY C. Literature reviews: Keith Otterbein 1973, 1994, 1997, 1999, Brian Ferguson 1984, Anna Simons 1999 II. Conceptual Model _________________________________________________________________ WAR PEACE (-) realist (hawks) liberal (doves) human nature evil (Feibleman) good (Kohn) naturist (instinct, genes) nurturist (socialization) Hobbes* - pre-state Rousseau - state/kin universalism (inevitable) particularism (diversity) definition inclusive exclusive materialism (etic = scientific) mentalism (emic = native) essentialism constructionism modernist postmodernist pessimistic optimistic
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