Project #158317 - 1. The anthropologist Marshall Sahlins said that human thought-systems frequently seek to “culturalize” nature and to “nat

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Due By (Pacific Time) 12/05/2016 12:00 am

1. The anthropologist Marshall Sahlins said that human thought-systems frequently seek to “culturalize” nature and to “naturalize” culture. Religion in particular goes further: to culturalize super-nature and to super-naturalize culture. What did he mean? Why is this a common—maybe even necessary—thing to do? How does it fulfill the “legitimation” function of religion? Discuss two examples of thought-systems that perform this culturalization/naturalization function—one religious, one other than religious.                                                                                                                           Just 1 page is okay thanks.

 

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