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of or characteristic of human beings or mankind

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concerned with human welfare and the alleviation of suffering

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COMPETING INTERESTS Even as they acknowledge the ambiguity that shrouds any reconstruction of ancient minds, some proponents of the view that Neandertals evolved separately from H.
Cultural changes indeed blossomed in the archaeological record beginning about 50,000 years ago, even if scattered evidence of body ornaments and symbolic behavior dates to much earlier times among H.
CULTURE QUESTIONS Researchers who regard Neandertals as having been no more different from Stone Age H.
Analyses of modern and ancient DNA are also incapable of unraveling the extent to which Neandertals and other Homo species interbred with H.
Most of the larger channels eventually dried out, leaving only one main tributary on which H.
The only question remaining now is whether modern H.
Human fossils from later in the Stone Age exhibit signs of inter-breeding among Africans and non-Africans, even if H.
erectus skulls from Africa, China and Indonesia that span a broad time range, as well as 10 early H.