Social and Cultural Anthropology
Anthropology is the comparative study of man in its biological and cultural aspects and the aim of anthropologists is to achieve understanding of similarities as well as the differences between different societies it provides us with tools for understanding the multicultural, international and global issues that are fundamental for our continued existence. Anthropology asks questions about humanity that span and bridge the biological and the cultural, the international and the local, the present and the past. It uncovers the essence of other cultural groups, which exposes us, to formerly hidden aspects of our own culture, and allows for critical reflection on our own life. As an inter-disciplinary structure Anthropology builds intellectual dialogue between humanitarian and exact disciplines and provides a level of understanding of human practices that cannot be found within the framework of any other science.
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