Tommy Pettiti
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Tommy Pettiti commented on John McCreery's blog post Art, Science and Engineering — Should Anthropologists Be Engineers?
"John   My assumption is that it would all depend on the individual anthropologist and where their moral interests are taking them at this time, although personally I would have to be inclined to assume that if there were more individuals…"
Feb 21, 2011
Tommy Pettiti posted a blog post

Roots of The Collective Through Ethnographical Metamorphosis of Thought

Ideology that works is overlooked in many diverse realms and most apparent in the whole of everyday societal regularities in which most have been made accustomed. It seems as though most individuals world-wide have been steam-rolled in to this capitalist form of living without collectivity of thought, it is this thought process or thinking in which leads this blog. Anthropologists, philosophers, scientists, mathematicians, psychologists, ethnographers, architects, geologists, ichthyologists,…See More
Feb 21, 2011
Tommy Pettiti left a comment for Justin Shaffner
"Thank you! It is nice to be here, and in good company!"
Feb 19, 2011
Justin Shaffner left a comment for Tommy Pettiti
"Welcome to the OAC, Tommy!"
Feb 18, 2011
Tommy Pettiti is now a member of Open Anthropology Cooperative
Feb 18, 2011

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Tommy Pettiti
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University of South Florida, Philosophical Thinker

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Roots of The Collective Through Ethnographical Metamorphosis of Thought

Ideology that works is overlooked in many diverse realms and most apparent in the whole of everyday societal regularities in which most have been made accustomed. It seems as though most individuals world-wide have been steam-rolled in to this capitalist form of living without collectivity of thought, it is this thought process or thinking in which leads this blog. Anthropologists, philosophers, scientists,…

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