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Race and other misadventures: Essays in honor of Ashley Montagu in his ninetieth year (pp.
Ashley Montagu, Touching: The Human Significance of the Skin, Harper & Row, New York, 1986 (1971), p3.
The volume begins with a chapter by Ashley Montagu, who speaks to the significance of touch for our species across all ages.
Anthropologist, prolific writer, and 1995 Humanist of the Year Ashley Montagu died in November at the age of ninety-four after a long illness.
During his years with Putnam, he worked with Simone de Beauvoir, Ashley Montagu and Lin Yutang, among others.
Mostly however, these laws are rarely enforced; see Ashley Montagu, Sex, Man, and Society (New York: G.
For example, Ashley Montagu argues (in Sociobiology Examined) that Wilson mistakes genes for immutable destiny, forgetting that "it is the action of the environment upon the organism that influences and makes possible the functional expression of the genes.
About 15 years ago, anthropologist Ashley Montagu observed that we have a misguided pride in the increasing size of our children based on an unwarranted belief that we are producing a better breed of people.
Ashley Montagu, Professor of Anthropology, Rutgers University, and author of On Being Human and Statement on Race.
In response to the honor accorded Ashley Montagu as the 1995 Humanist of the Year, I bring on his behalf a message of hope.