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human cultures, primitive and non-urban 198 REFERENCES in other text articles
: -African culture—language relationship 1:221b -anima1 social behaviour
similarities 16:933d -anns and armour design in world history 2:30f -Boas'
'dietary customs and social life 5:730f -early settlements base for urban growth 18
:1074d -econonu'c systems of primitive societies 6:278c educational process in
primitive society 6:4l3c ~elderly people's social position 13:550h -fenility in ...
The Idéologues, by analysis of ideas, viewed the simple sensory elements of
Condillac's sensationalism as generating, by successive composition, the totality
of the psychic and spiritual sentiments and, finally, of the social, moral, and
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