By Elman R Service, E. A. Hammel
This booklet is an evaluate of the historical past of ethnology by way of its highbrow growth, as such, instead of the lifestyles histories of a number of the personalities contain. The name was once selected to signify that the key drawback is the conflict, combine, syntheses, and rejection of rules themselves, as they with regards to convinced significant difficulties within the theoretical improvement of the self-discipline. possibly this feels like an seen goal, yet simply because this sort of selectivity is in reality strange, an explication is required
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Actually, the influence of philology as a model for cultural evolutionary theory was probably always much greater than biology—even after Darwin's publications. Combined with Lyell's enormous influence in geology after 1830, comparative philology provided a widely acceptable, uncontroversial model for social or cultural evolution. As we saw above, it was Mcllvaine's philology that was the direct basis for 10 Resek (1960:95). This statement is overly modest, for Mcllvaine had been to considerable pains to get Morgan to see this—as Morgan acknowledges in a letter to Joseph Henry of the Smithsonian.
Il est facile de concevoir comment les Egyptiens et quelques autres peuples pouvoient épouser leurs soeurs, c'est-à-dire, des cousines germaines, ou bien même des parentes dans un degré encore plus éloigné. (Volume II, pp. ' T o make this clear by a concrete example, one must know that among the Iroquois, and among the Hurons, all the children in a House [Longhouse] look upon all the sisters of their mothers as their mothers, and all the brothers of their mothers as their uncles: for the same reason, they call Fathers all the brothers of their fathers, and aunts all the sisters of their fathers.
To Morgan, the gens was first and the patriarchal family last, completely reversing the Aristotelian scheme. This was probably the most surprising of Morgan's findings about the nature of the gens, but there were others that also elicited much criticism. It may be well to list them in summary form at this point, for all were to reappear in important theoretical contexts over many years. 1. The gens was exogamic. So important was this in Morgan's thought that it was as though the main function of the gens was to break up the ancient, primordial system of group marriage by preventing the intermarriage of brothers and sisters.
A Century of Controversy. Ethnological Issues from 1860 to 1960 by Elman R Service, E. A. Hammel