Mirror for man: the relation of anthropology to modern life. Front Cover. Clyde Kluckhohn Mirror for Man: A Survey of Human Behavior and Social Attitudes. at Harvard University. The following passage, adapted from his book Mirror for. Man, defines what anthropologists mean by culture and explains culture’s. Book Review:Mirror for Man: The Relation of Anthropology to Modern Life Clyde Kluckhohn. [REVIEW]Nelson N. Foote – – Philosophy of Science
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