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on 28 July 2012
I guess this has not dated well, although it is interesting to see what was being thought about these subjects so long ago. The writing style is very Victorian, the last third is very heavy going. I am not sure to what extent modern anthropologists would agree with the conclusions. In sum, it's OK, I guess
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on 19 February 2011
Neatly packaged in earnest self-righteous prose that has been aped by many apes, the author builds precarious towers of "reason" and proceeds to make startling leaps between them. Considering the damage flowing from the social science of Engels and Marx it is hard to be polite. Highly opinionated campaigning dressed up as research. A pioneering work of Sociology a discipline that will probably prove more destructive than Marxism itself.

Worth reading but not worthy.
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