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THE MINDFULNESS OF MAN
IN THE DREAMTIME LONG AGO
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abstract achieved activities agriculture ancestors ancient animal Aurignacian Australopithecines became beginning Benedictine Bertrand Gille brain Bushmen cave cave paintings century cities civilization command complex consciousness cosmic creature cultivation divine domestication dream earliest early man's economy economy of abundance effective effort Egypt Egyptian environment established esthetic evidence existence fact functions gods Homo sapiens human culture human development hunter hunting images institution interpretation Iron Age king kingship labor language later Leonardo machine Magdalenian magic means megamachine ment merely mesolithic Mesopotamia military mind mode modern myth nature neolithic Oakes Ames observation once organization original paintings paleolithic paleolithic art performed physical plants play possible potter's wheel practice primitive production rational religion ritual sacred sacrifice sexual significant social species speech stone Sumer Sumerian survival symbolic technical thousand tion tool-making traits village watermill weapons whole words York