Table of contents for Holistic anthropology : emergence and convergence / edited by David Parkin and Stanley Ulijaszek.

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CONTENTS
List of fi gures and tables vii
List of contributors ix
Preface xi
Introduction: emergence and convergence 1
David Parkin
1. Bioculturalism 21
Stanley J. Ulijaszek
2. The biological in the social: evolutionary approaches to
human behaviour 52
Robin Dunbar
3. Domesticating the landscape, producing crops and
reproducing society in Amazonia 72
Laura Rival
4. The biological in the cultural: the fi ve agents and the body
ecologic in Chinese medicine 91
Elisabeth Hsu
5. On the social, the biological and the political: revisiting Beatrice
Blackwood's research and teaching 127
Laura Peers
6. Anthropological theory and the multiple determinacy of
the present 148
Howard Morphy
7. Holism, intelligence and time 182
Chris Gosden
8. Movement, knowledge and description 194
Tim Ingold
9. The evolution and history of religion 212
Harvey Whitehouse
10. The visceral in the social: the crowd as paradigmatic type 234
David Parkin
Bibliography 255
Index 289
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Anthropology.
Holism.