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The writings of the Scottish philosopher David Hume give a clear statement of the implications of empiricist epistemology for the study of man. Humans have historically grouped people into races on the basis of visible characteristics, but of course there is no reason to exclude these other, invisible but equally fundamental traits when we think about dividing humans into groups. Note: Not all courses are offered every year.

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