Fire and civilization
Allen Lane, 1992 - 247 oldal
The diverse disciplines of history, anthropology, archaeology, psychology, and literature come together in an exploration of humankind's use of, and obsession with, fire. Science Bk Club Main.
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As a technical term, 'civilization' is nowadays widely used by anthropologists and
archaeologists. They give it a rather restricted meaning, however. Archaeologists
in particular tend to apply the term civilization exclusively to societies with cities ...
In her excellent monograph on fire in prehistory, the French archaeologist
Catherine Perles noted that 'the discovery of the utilization of fire presupposes a
mental and not a technical progress'. Later she added that it also required new
forms of ...
However, as early as 1952 the British archaeologist J. G. D. Clark drew a general
picture of the development in Europe which can be regarded as paradigmatic in
several ways for other parts of the world as well. In his book Prehistoric Europe: ...
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FIRE AND CIVILIZATIONFelhasználói ismertető - Kirkus
An offbeat, interesting view of the rise of civilization in relation to the control of fire. From hearths and hellfire to firearms, fission, and fusion, Dutch sociologist Goudsblom (University of ... Teljes értékelés elolvasása
Fire Civilization The domestication of fire as a civilizing process Plan
The stage of predominantly passive use of fire The transition to active use of fire
The widening gap between humans and other animals Clearing land Cooking
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