A strong advocate for anthropology as a science, Lawrence Kuznar reviews the recent challenges to this ideology from creationists and 'scientific' racists on one side and postmodernists, marxists and feminists on the other. Moreover, Kuznar provides a brief review of anthropology as a science, summarizes major theoretical works in anthropology and other fields on the science/humanism debate, and offers several important case examples from cultural anthropology and archaeology showing science in action. An interesting, provocative book for anthropologists and ideal for advanced undergraduate and graduate classes in theory and method.
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Book Description Altamira Press, 1997. Hardcover. Book Condition: Near Fine with no dust jacket. First Edition. Glossy covers are rubbed, no other defects. Pages are clean and crisp, the binding is tight and square; book appears unread. . A strong advocate for anthropology as science. Highly recommended by Marvin Harris and Roy D'Andrade in blurbs on back cover. . 8vo 8" - 9" tall. 256 pages. Anthropology. Science. Philosophy Of Science. Bookseller Inventory # 28518