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School
University of Toronto St. George
Department
Anthropology
Course
ANT100Y1
Professor
Hillary Cunningham
Semester
Fall

Description
ANT110 Oct.29th -Charles Darwin (1809-1882) -his theory shows the link between nature and culture: animals and human -hierarchical, advancing evolutionism -an evolution in appearance and intelligence -a moral evolution: from emotion to reason; the ability to create ethics -the new human is the subject of the nature/culture tension -"mankind": majority of people think of males when they think about the word "mankind" -Mary Shelley (1797-1851) -the author of Frankenstein: The Modern Prometheus 1818 -her mother Mary Wollstonecraft was a famous feminist writer -her father William Godwin was a famous political literature writer -Percy Bysshe Shelley (1792-1822) -Frankenstein was published at a time when Romantic Period ideas clashed with scientific ideas, such as the invention of electricity -Prometheus: a God who steals fire from the Mount Olympics and brings it to human world; he is punished by Zeus - chaining onto a mountain and his heart is eaten by the eagle every day -Prometheus is the hero of Enlightenment: he brin
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