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Chapter 1: The emergence of modernity and the constitution of archaeology Chapter 2: Archaeology and the tensions of modernity Chapter 3: The tyranny of method Chapter 4: History and nature Chapter 5: Nation-states Chapter 6: Humanism and 'the Individual' Chapter 7: Depths and surfaces Chapter 8: Mind, perception and knowledge Chapter 9: Materialities Chapter 10: Toward a counter-modern archaeology: Difference, ethics, dialogue, finitude
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Archaeology, Archaeology Philosophy