Cultural Anthropology : Physical Anthropology

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Anthropology: It is a general comprehensive science of man in the past and present of any culture. This is divided into two main areas: physical anthropology, dealing with biological evolution and physiological adaptation of humans, and social or cultural anthropology that deals with people living in society, ie forms of evolution of language, culture and customs. Anthropology uses tools and knowledge produced by the natural sciences and the social sciences. Aspiration of anthropological discipline is to produce knowledge about the human being in various areas, but always as part of a society. Thus, attempts to encompass both the biological evolution of our species, development and lifestyles of people who have disappeared, the
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Generally it is a concept used in public international law to designate the nation or political entity that is at war, in politics the most visible participants in a social conflict.
Traditions: A social custom is an established practice. Usually distinguish between morality are those with social approval, and bad habits, which are relatively common, but no social approval, and sometimes laws have been enacted to try to change behavior.
Science: The process is the systematic acquisition of new knowledge of a system. The systematic acquisition is generally the scientific method. The system is generally nature. Science is then the scientific knowledge that has been systematically acquired through this scientific process.
Knowledge: Knowledge is the state of one who knows or knows something, and secondly, the contents known or known as a global heritage site.
Disease: The disease is a process and the consequent status of a living condition characterized by an alteration of its ontological status desalud.
Health and disease are an integral part of life, biological process and environmental and social interactions. It is generally understood to disease as opposed to health entity, whose negative effect is due to an alteration or disproof of a system at any level. By definition, there is a single
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