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On the Nature of Anthropological Understanding: Not extraordinary empathy but readily observable symbolic forms enable the anthropologist to grasp the unarticulated concepts that inform the lives and cultures of other peoples

Clifford Geertz
American Scientist
Vol. 63, No. 1 (January-February 1975), pp. 47-53
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