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Cosmos and Culture: Cultural Evolution in a Cosmic Context

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Cosmos and Culture: Cultural Evolution in a Cosmic Context
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Publisher: NASA
ISBN/ASIN: 0160831199
ISBN-13: 9780160831195
Number of pages: 612

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Integrating concepts from philosophical, anthropological, and astrobiological disciplines, Cosmos and Culture begins to explore the interdisciplinary questions of cosmic evolution. Authors have diverse backgrounds in science, history, anthropology, and more.

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