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Sociohistorical totality and segmentary sociality in the scientific conceptualisation of social (cultural) anthropology
; History Department, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Zagreb, Croatia
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Karaman, I. (1990). Društvenopovijesni totalitet i segmentarni socijalitet u znanstvenoj konceptualizaciji društvene (kulturne) antropologije. Studia ethnologica Croatica, 2(1), 17-22. Preuzeto s https://hrcak.srce.hr/75780
Anthropology is the science of man. Since the man belongs by his origin to the world of nature, while by his own historical development he creates the world of society, anthropology has a double orientation: as natural anthropology it studies the natural/bodily being of man, while as social (cultural) anthropology it studies ten social/spiritual being of man.
A fact of extreme importance is that the entire natural and social historical developments of the existence and activity of man occur within a natural and social community of people (i.e. within community of people as natural and social beings).
Conformably to the above, the core of natural anthropology lies in the study of historical developments of the individual natural/bodily being of man (what we could call bio-anthropology). Interdisciplinary cooperation with other natural sciences is indispensable to natural anthropology.
natural anthropology; social (cultural anthropology); social sciences; specialization
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