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use of owls . Kapauku: “The sharp, large claws of birds of prey, especially of the horned owl … are used in Kapauku surgery … (Pospisil, 1963, p. 289). Example of other use of owls . Copper Inuit tale: “That is how Father and Mother owl talked to each other…. They snapped and quarreled over silly

In: Journal of Cognition and Culture

Chinese history. Hui neng lived in a most ideal condition to pursue a religious path, but he, like many others have experienced, was not free from a personal misfortune. His father died while Hui neng was a young boy. Subsequently, Hui neng and his mother moved to Canton where he grew up. 14 As a youth

In: Culture and Dialogue

Whose science? Whose knowledge?: Thinking from women’s lives . Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press. H AR T , G. 1974 Woman and the sacred in ancient Tamilnad. Journal of Asian studies 32, 233-250. H RDY , S.B. 1999 Mother Nature: A History of Mothers, Infants, and Natural Selection . Pantheon: New York

In: Journal of Cognition and Culture

dependent on their mothers for significant periods of time, the presence of males for protection from predators was crucial. In addi- tion, the possibility of a male assembling a harem as, for example, gorillas do, is highly unlikely. Th e mobility and scarcity of resources for this lifestyle make that

In: Journal of Cognition and Culture