Margaret Mead

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Ultrastructural studies of spleens from monkeys infected with Plasmodium knowlesi suggest that the spleen removes or "pits" malaria parasites from red cells. This function may explain the presence of nonparasitized spherocytic erythrocytes in the peripheral blood and may in part account for the discrepancy between the excessive hemolysis and the number of(More)
In the spirit of second-order cybernetics, human communication is reconceptualized by including in the process not only its theorists but also their observed Others without whom social reality is inconceivable. This essay examines several versions of otherness, how the voices of Others survive social scientific inquiries, the dialogical spaces made(More)