GA -that is the argument many make. They have trid to get into the Kung world view and argue that another culture can only be see in terms of its own world view. Their world view is "group orientated" and they are not alone.
If it was human nature to put individual over group it would be universal-surely?
I am cautious Timeout about reductionism, even cultural believe it or not. What I do have a problem with is ethnocentricity when looking at society and failure to recognise that our view of nature is one of a thousand plus.
Jury will always be out for me due to this.
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I would argue that it is.
I have read clips and lots of criticism of the "Selfish Gene" GA. Anthropologists and Sociologists did give it a tough time.
ye I think we do differ but no reason why we cannot both be lovely is there?
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