Jan 18, 2011 - Humanities Notes: January 18, 2011 From the...

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Unformatted text preview: Humanities Notes: January 18, 2011 From the beginning-behavior and social values- will be based on what works for them-how we think: Is based on how we live-how we live Process of civilization: to give us a sense of security in a collective attempt-security-collective attempt-reality: we as a group define our reality. Every group has a diff definition of reality. Judge others on definition of reality but not their super natural.-super natural: define those around them thats more greater, amazing, awesome. Gives personality to nature. Defining whats next.-judgement: don't persecute or judge others on religion.-social/womb: comfortable, feel safe, dont like change, once their society is defined.-death/ life: lay out what comes next. High Culture [neolithic to high culture status]-5pts: 1.) Barter is replaced with currency 2.) society stratified along class lines [upper class/ lower class; no middle class] 3.) exploitation of human labor resources; slavery 4.) a society with idealogical foundation capable of incorporating foreign ethnic characteristics; open-mindedness 5.) a binding legal order with authority of a central government-shift/gender roles Anthropologists: have theories of why there was a gender shift...
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This note was uploaded on 08/31/2011 for the course HUM 2230 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at Seminole State College.

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Jan 18, 2011 - Humanities Notes: January 18, 2011 From the...

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