Culture: A Human Domain

@article{RHolloway1969CultureAH,
  title={Culture: A Human Domain},
  author={R. Holloway},
  journal={Current Anthropology},
  year={1969},
  volume={10},
  pages={395 - 412}
}
It is argued that a number of recent writings based on primate studies and on analysis of early hominid evolution have blurred certain central issues regarding human and non-human primate behavior. The central problem of how man organizes his experience and how he interacts with his environment is seldom squarely faced. A framework is provided here which examines tool-making in terms of psychological processes. It is argued that both tool-making and language come out of the same cognitive… Expand
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