Jan-1. 31, Humoral Traditions, How Commodities Come to Mean What They Mean

Jan-1. 31, Humoral Traditions, How Commodities Come to Mean What They Mean

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How Commodities Come to Mean What They Mean Approaches to the Study of Culture and Systems of Meaning
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Vasco da Gama Source: erdkunde-wissen.de
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Example of Greek & Roman Humoral System
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3 Doshas of Indian Humoral System (date from 2 nd millennium BCE) vaata (air/wind) pitta (bile)
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Unformatted text preview: kapha (phlegm) Chinese Humoral System Primary division: yin (cold) yang (hot) Secondary system: Sour Spring/Wind Bitter Summer/Heat Sweet Later Summer/Damp Spicy/Pungent Autumn/Dryness Salty Winter/Cold...
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This note was uploaded on 04/04/2012 for the course SAST 063 taught by Professor Lisamitchell during the Spring '12 term at UPenn.

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Jan-1. 31, Humoral Traditions, How Commodities Come to Mean What They Mean

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