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Homininen, Hirn und Hiatus. Kritische Anfragen an eine humanzentrierte Anthropologie

Symposiumsbeitrag zu: Günter Dux, Die Evolution der humanen Lebensform als geistige Lebensform. Handeln – Denken – Sprechen. Wiesbaden: Springer VS 2017, 346 S., gb., 49,99 €

Frithjof Nungesser
From the journal Soziologische Revue

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Symposiumsbeitrag zu: Günter Dux, Die Evolution der humanen Lebensform als geistige Lebensform. Handeln – Denken – Sprechen. Wiesbaden: Springer VS 2017, 346 S., gb., 49,99 €


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Published Online: 2020-01-10
Published in Print: 2020-01-09

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