Space, kinship, and mind

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 33 (5):382-383 (2010)
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In this commentary, I focus on Jones' suggestion of a close connection between the domain of space and that of kinship. I expand on that suggestion by introducing the concept of frame of reference and show how it can possibly participate to the generation of kinship systems



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