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Summary

Franz Boas (born in Minden, Westphalia, Germany, died in New York, U.S.) was a famous Scientist from USA, who lived between July 9, 1858 and December 22, 1942.

Biography

Franz Boas was a German-American anthropologist and one of the subject's first pioneers when he got out the importance of fieldwork. He is therefore also been called "the father of modern anthropology."

In the initial phase, it was probably most of the strange fascination that drove him, and field notes were made ​​some kind of purpose and meaning, but eventually there was more methodical in approach. Boaz is subsequently known to have introduced scientific methods in the study of society and culture.

Zodiac etc.

He is born under the zodiac cancer, who is known for Emotion, Diplomatic, Intensity, Impulsive, Selective. Our collection contains 16 quotes who is written / told by Franz.

Related authors: Alfred L. Kroeber

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Franz_Boas

Famous quotes by Franz Boas (16)


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"It is our task to inquire into the causes that have brought about the observed differentiation, and to investigate the sequence of events that have led to the establishment of the multifarious forms of human life"
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"Furthermore, the study of the present surroundings is insufficient: the history of the people, the influence of the regions through which it has passed on its migrations, and the people with whom it came into contact, must be considered"
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"My father had retained an emotional affection for the ceremonial of his parental home, without allowing it to influence his intellectual freedom"
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"In other words, we are interested in the anatomical and mental characteristics of men living under the same biological, geographical, and social environment, and as determined by their past"
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"I hope I may have succeeded in presenting to you, however imperfectly, the currents of thought due to the work of the immortal Darwin which have helped to make anthropology what it is at the present time"
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"We do not discuss the anatomical, physiological, and mental characteristics of man considered as an individual; but we are interested in the diversity of these traits in groups of men found in different geographical areas and in different social classes"
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"This idea was also brought out very clearly by Wallace, who emphasized that apparently reasonable activities of man might very well have developed without an actual application of reasoning"
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"Not so the scientist. The very essence of his life is the service of truth"
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"My parents had broken through the shackles of dogma"
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"If we were to select the most intelligent, imaginative, energetic, and emotionally stable third of mankind, all races would be present"
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"We all know scientists who in private life do not come up to the standard of truthfulness, but who, nevertheless, would not consciously falsify the results of their researches"
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"The historical development of the work of anthropologists seems to single out clearly a domain of knowledge that heretofore has not been treated by any other science"
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"Remember that in every single case in history the process of adaptation has been one of exceeding slowness. Do not look for the impossible, but do not let your path deviate from the quiet and steadfast insistence on full opportunities for your powers"
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"I object to teaching of slogans intended to befog the mind, of whatever kind they may be"
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"The disease of mutual distrust among nations is the bane of modern civilization"
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"In France, that let down the barriers more than a hundred years ago, the feeling of antipathy is still strong enough to sustain an anti-Jewish political party"


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