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W. Norton, 1996). 1 1. ” While this translation drew upon a long tradition of ideas about “custom” and “civilization,” it was the codi¿cation of the concept of “culture” by anthropologists such as Edward Burnett Tylor and Franz Boas, coupled with the institutionalization of the disciplines of social anthropology and sociology, which provided the basis for this shift in emphasis. Indeed, the central concept of Tylor’s thesis was that of “culture,” which he presented in a formulation which has exercised vast inÀuence since it was ¿rst forwarded in his best-known work, Primitive Culture of 1871.
Classi¿cation and Categorization 29 political contexts provides some indication as to why the concept of race was so powerful, and why it became so entrenched towards the end of the nineteenth and beginning of the twentieth century. 56 In their efforts to offset the growing political threat of Marxism which sought to enhance the international solidarity of the working class, leading intellectuals placed increasing emphasis on biological factors as determinants of human behaviour. As such, the Marxist call for the “workers of the world to unite” was countered by claims that English, French and German workers could never understand each other’s behaviour, let alone agree on common policies, since their allegedly distinctive behaviour was determined not so much by current economic, political or cultural factors, but by ancient and immutable racial differences.
E. B. Tylor, Primitive Culture (London: John Murray, 1871), 1. 61. E. B Tylor, Anthropology: An Introduction to the Study of Man and Civilization (London: John Murray, 1881), 20. For an alternative view, see R. Carneiro, “Classical Evolutionism,” in Main Currents in Cultural Anthropology (ed. R. Narrol and F. Narrol; New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1973), 57–122. 1 32 Cognitive Perspectives on Israelite Identity institutions of man are as distinctively strati¿ed as the earth on which he lives.