[Humanist] 24.562 new publication: "History and human nature" (ISR 35.3-4)

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                 Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 24, No. 562.
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        Date: Tue, 07 Dec 2010 06:59:16 +0000
        From: Willard McCarty <willard.mccarty at mccarty.org.uk>
        Subject: Interdisciplinary Science Reviews 35.3-4

Interdisciplinary Science Reviews 35.3-4,
"History and human nature", ed. Brad Inwood and Willard McCarty
(www.isr-journal.org/)

The editors of this issue of ISR are proud to announce the publication 
of "History and human nature", comprising an essay by G.E.R. Lloyd with 
invited responses from 17 eminent scholars. The table of contents follows.

1.
History and Human Nature (editorial)
Inwood, Brad; McCarty, Willard
pp. 199-200(2)

2.
History and Human Nature: Cross-cultural Universals and Cultural 
Relativities
Lloyd, G.E.R.
pp. 201-214(14)

3.
Human Nature is a Garden
Daston, Lorraine
pp. 215-230(16)

4.
Lloyd, Daston, Nurture, and 'Style'
Hacking, Ian
pp. 231-240(10)

5.
Evolution and Human Cognitive Diversity: What Should We Expect?
Foley, Robert A.
pp. 241-252(12)

6.
Beyond Binarism in Babylon
Rochberg, Francesca
pp. 253-265(13)

7.
Darkness and Din
Ginzburg, Carlo
pp. 266-276(11)

8.
Opposition is True Friendship
Schaffer, Simon
pp. 277-290(14)

9.
Writing in Kind
Strathern, Marilyn
pp. 291-301(11)

10.
Artefacts of Encounter
Salmond, Amiria; Salmond, Anne
pp. 302-317(16)

11.
In Some Sense
de Castro, Eduardo Viveiros
pp. 318-333(16)

12.
Cognition, Perception and Worlding
Descola, Philippe
pp. 334-340(7)

13.
The Complexity of Difference: Individual, Cultural, and Cross-Cultural
Zhang Longxi, pp. 341-352(12)

14.
The Man in the Machine and the Self-Builder
Ingold, Tim
pp. 353-364(12)

15.
The Shortcomings of Dichotomies in the Study of Human Cognition
Bateson, Patrick
pp. 365-375(11)

16.
Why Evolved Cognition Matters to Understanding Cultural Cognitive Variations
Boyer, Pascal
pp. 376-386(11)

17.
When Systemizers Meet Empathizers: Universalism and the Prosthetic 
Imagination
Blackwell, Alan F.
pp. 387-403(17)

18.
Further Thoughts
Lloyd, G.E.R.
pp. 404-405(2)

-- 
Willard McCarty, Professor of Humanities Computing,
King's College London, staff.cch.kcl.ac.uk/~wmccarty/;
Professor, Centre for Cultural Research, University of Western Sydney,
www.uws.edu.au/centre_for_cultural_research/ccr/people/researchers;
Editor, Humanist, www.digitalhumanities.org/humanist;
Editor, Interdisciplinary Science Reviews, www.isr-journal.org.





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