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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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CULTURE QUESTIONS Researchers who regard Neandertals as having been no more different from Stone Age H.
Consider Germany's Vogelherd Cave, where 30,000-to-40,000 year-old ivory figurines and other artifacts have long been viewed as the handiwork of ancient H.
That pattern fits with the theory that an aptitude for reflection and even symbolic thinking arose gradually in both Neandertals and 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.
For all its anatomical eccentricities, the Oase material "fits well within the envelope of modern H.
Skulls from at least 60,000 years ago in northern Africa display primitive facial features, such as large jaws and teeth, he notes, yet they're attributed to modem H.
Another perspective, exemplified by Milford Wolpoffof the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, folds Neandertals and all other Homo fossils from the past 2 million years into one species, H.
CULTURED RELATIVES The debate over the nature of modern H.
They concluded that modern human behavior emerged as H.
Only one or two pivotal changes in skull development may distinguish modern H.
Flatter skull bases and brain cases combine with longer, more protruding faces in adult Neandertal and archaic H.