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Culture as nature: origins and operations of the man-made

Culture as nature: origins and operations of the man-made

Black, Karla, 1972-

Submitted in part-fulfilment of the degree of Bachelor of Fine Arts at Glasgow School of Art

Manuscript. English.
Published Glasgow: Glasgow School of Art, 1998

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Statement of responsibility: Karla Black
Note: Synopsis: "This essay puts forward a view of culture as a natural phenomenon, using discoveries made by the science of chaos theory as a basis for the argument. It begins by suggesting that the opposition between the terms nature and culture has been caused, at various stages in history, by scientific progress. And goes on to suggest that now, for the first time since ancient Greece, science is providing a way of reuniting them."
Note: Includes bibliography (pp.43-45).
Dissertation note: Bachelor of Fine Art Glasgow School of Art 1999
Physical Description: 45 p. : col. ill. ; 30 cm.