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In his commentary Nicolas Peterson explains this social division and the role the ceremony plays in restoring order to the community. At certain levels of organization human material does have a will of its own, and consequently all prediction based on the analysis of past experience must be subject to qualification. Schneider Many anthropologists reacted against the renewed emphasis on materialism and scientific modelling derived from Marx by emphasizing the importance of the concept of culture.

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