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Studies from the anthropological laboratory.
Wynfrid Laurence Henry Duckworth
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The anthropological approach of Chapter 2 demonstrated the importance of literary inscription in the laboratory; the historical treatment in Chapter 3 showed the dependence of facts on their construction within a particular material context; and Chapter 4 encroached on the ground of epistemology in order to demonstrate the microprocesses at.
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