F08-ARCHLGY-310-01 : Magic, Science, and Religion: Archaeological Perspectives. 2008 Fall
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- Stanford (Calif.)
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- born digital
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How human beings make sense of their worlds. The naturalness of ideas, human relations to the natural and supernatural, and dichotomies of West and other, sacred and secular, and faith and skepticism. The material-historical constitution of different of modes of thought. Sources include classic and contemporary theoretical readings in archaeology, anthropology and science studies. Archaeological and ethnographic case studies from different world regions and historical periods.
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- Stanford University Syllabi (SC1454)
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- Stanford University. Libraries. Department of Special Collections and University Archives
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