The Essential Edmund Leach: Volume 1: Anthropology and Society
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The Essential Edmund Leach: Volume 1: Anthropology and Society

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The aim of these two volumes is to bring together a representative selection of the writings of Edmund Leach (1910-1989), a brilliant and prolific anthropologist known not only in his field but to the educated public at large. Leach perceived anthropology as a vital and broadly based study of the human condition, encompassing methods and ideas from the natural sciences, th...more
Hardcover, 416 pages
Published March 11th 2001 by Yale University Press
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