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ANT 2200 Troy University Relativity of Culture Discussion

ANT 2200

Troy University

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Question Description

I need an explanation for this Social Science question to help me study.

Discussion Question;

Do you think it is really possible to, as Boas said, “ Free ourselves of the shackles“ ( our own self evident points of view)? Why and how? If you do not think it is possible, why not?

Directions

Responses should be about page. When it comes to discussions that ask your opinion you will not be graded on your opinion. I will however grade how do you support your opinion. For instance, it is not enough to simply tell me that all baseball players are tall. you’ll need to back it up with experts from the reading or outside experts. When in doubt do not assume I know what you were talking about try and convince me.



ANT 2200 Troy University Relativity of Culture Discussion
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Relativity of Culture
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RELATIVITY OF CULTURE

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It is possible to free ourselves of the shackles as said by Boas in order to understand the
human culture development. This implies that we can be able to lay aside many perspectives that
appear to us as self-evident. There are a number of reasons why this is possible. First, when we
free ourselves of the shackles, it will be easy to enhance cooperation amongst ourselves.
Generally, huma...

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