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A study of areas of anthropological practice and theory that may be seen as having significance to anarchist thought — focusing on largely ethical issues relating to what anthropologists do, particularly by way of collecting information and the motivations for it. Barclay reviews the more significant findings of anthropology as they pertain to such anarchistically pertinent issues as the unity of the human species, the significance of co-operation, reciprocity and mutual aid, sex roles, political and authority systems, and the origins of the state.

 

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