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Department
Anthropology
Course
ANT200Y1
Professor
Michael Chazan
Semester
Winter

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Part Three Perspectives on Agriculture Early PerspectivesLewis Henry Morgantransition to agriculture was a shift from savagery to barbarism making pottery domesticating animals and plantsV Gordon Childedefined the transition to agriculture as the Neolithic Revolutionactive control over food production led to an increase in food supply they could support more people resulting in the development of settled villages Humanity and Nature in the Shift to AgricultureChilde and Morgan viewed the development of agriculture as a shift in the relationship between humanity and the natural worldto Morgan barbaric society set itself in a position of supremacy above nature to Childe Neolithic societies became active partners with natureDavid Rindossaw agriculture as the result of a coevolutionary process involving a symbiotic relationship between plant and animal speciesspecies contributed to each others support Tim Ingoldviews the shift from hunting to agriculture as a shift from trust to domination Agriculture and ProcessMarshall Sahlinsdescribed huntergatherers as the original affluent societyhuntergatherers spend
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