Theoretical Anthropology

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Columbia University Press, 1968 - Social Science - 528 pages
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"The great virtue of the work, and one that will probably make it something of a milestone, lies in Bidney's own constructiveness. He is a philosophical optimist who believes in using what is valued from previous theories, and who is convinced that cultural or social science is able to show the way to human improvement." --"Social Forces"

"Theoretical Anthropology" is a major contribution to the historical and critical study of the assumptions underlying the development of modern cultural anthropology.

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