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"John, Philip, obviously you have been busy... I think much has been said the past da…"

Jolanda Lindenberg replied Sep 21, 2009 to Do anthropologists now doubt that peoples and cultures are different from one another?

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Reply by Michael Francis

"Okay... I am a bit confused now on how this discussion has been directed and I think…"

Jolanda Lindenberg replied Sep 19, 2009 to Do anthropologists now doubt that peoples and cultures are different from one another?

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Reply by Michael Francis

"Philip, thanks for joining our discussion! And John, I am grateful for the way this…"

Jolanda Lindenberg replied Sep 18, 2009 to Do anthropologists now doubt that peoples and cultures are different from one another?

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Reply by Michael Francis

"Dear John, Thanks for this reply! Already the first few lines made me think. I like…"

Jolanda Lindenberg replied Sep 18, 2009 to Do anthropologists now doubt that peoples and cultures are different from one another?

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Reply by Michael Francis

"Dear John, Thanks so much for your reply en exposé. It is interesting to read about…"

Jolanda Lindenberg replied Sep 17, 2009 to Do anthropologists now doubt that peoples and cultures are different from one another?

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Reply by Michael Francis

"hey amy! I am not sure what exactly you mean by theories so could you specify? what…"

Jolanda Lindenberg replied Sep 15, 2009 to Do anthropologists now doubt that peoples and cultures are different from one another?

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Reply by Michael Francis

"I tend to agree with Philip that indeed, there has been a pull to talking about indi…"

Jolanda Lindenberg replied Sep 15, 2009 to Do anthropologists now doubt that peoples and cultures are different from one another?

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