Richard H. Robbins





Richard H. Robbins


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Global Problems and the Cul...

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Cultural Anthropology: A Pr...

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Darwin and the Bible: The C...

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Talking Points on Global Is...

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Anthropology on the Net

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“In his classic
account of the life of the Nuer of the Sudan, British anthropologist E. E. Evans-Pritchard
(1940:103) noted that
the Nuer have no expression equivalent to “time” in our language, and they cannot,
therefore, as we can, speak of time as though it were something actual, which passes,
can be wasted, can be saved, and so forth. I don’t think they ever experience the
same feeling of fighting against time because their points of reference are mainly
the activities themselves, which are generally of a leisurely character. Events follow
a logical order, but they are not controlled by an abstract system, there being no
autonomous points of reference to which activities have to conform with precision.
Nuer are fortunate.”
Richard H. Robbins, Global Problems and the Culture of Capitalism



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