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Being human - The Beginnings of Our Culture

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Is it possible to define what it means to be human based on biological, social, ecological, or cultural factors? Is it something physical, something in the way we think, or in the way we behave? When we look at the long history of humankind, it becomes clear that we had to experience many different developmental stages throughout the millions of years of developmental history to become the multifaceted species that populates this Earth today.English Edition of: "Menschsein. Die Anfänge unserer Kultur"

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Assisted by Liane Giemsch (Editor), Miriam Noël Haidle (Editor), Noël Haidle (Editor)
Publisher Nünnerich-Asmus Verlag & Media
Languages English
Product format Hardback
Released 01.06.2022
EAN 9783961761937
ISBN 978-3-96176-193-7
No. of pages 148
Dimensions 220 mm x 15 mm x 270 mm
Weight 844 g
Illustrations 136 Abb.
Subjects Humanities, art, music > History > Pre and early history
Non-fiction book > History > Pre and early history, antiquity

Ausstellung, Afrika, Sozial- und Kulturgeschichte, Culture, entdecken, Nature, Ur- und Frühgeschichte, Menschsein, homo sapiens, Development, Africa, Humanity, Humans, Social Learning, Stone tool technology, History of humankind

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