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Read online Le monde jusqu'à hier: Ce que nous apprennent les sociétés traditionnelles (NRF Essais) (French Edition).pdf PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC Le monde jusqu'à hier: Ce que nous apprennent les sociétés traditionnelles (NRF Essais) (French Edition) Les passagers munis de titres de transport lectroniques de bagages de cabine pass s aux rayons X attendent guid s par un personnel aux uniformes seyants et sous l il d une police affair e regarder les crans de contr le de s curit d embarquer pour Wapenamanda Goroka Kikori Kundiawa et Wewak Nous sommes Port Moresby capitale de la Papouasie Nouvelle Guin e Rien que de normal L essentiel est ailleurs ces hommes d quipage ces policiers gadgets lectroniques et ces passagers coutumiers de l avion sont les descendants directs de ces millions de Papous d couverts par une exp dition australienne en vivants isol s dans leurs diverses vall es montagneuses en petites soci t s closes d pourvues d criture de monnaie d coles et de gouvernement centralis un ge trop vite jug de pierre En quelque quatre vingts ann es la population des Highlands de Nouvelle Guin e a v cu des changements qui prirent des mill naires advenir dans le reste du monde Jared Diamond qui d couvrit la Nouvelle Guin e en pour sa premi re tude de terrain ornithologique pose la question rarement envisag e que nous apprennent ces Papous de ce que les Occidentaux ont perdu avec la disparition des soci t s traditionnelles ces soci t s structur es en groupes de faible densit de population allant de quelques dizaines quelques milliers d individus subsistant de la chasse et de la cueillette de la culture ou de l levage et que les contacts avec les grandes soci t s industrielles ont transform es de fa on limit e Elles ont en effet invent des milliers de solutions aux probl mes humains diff rentes de celles adopt es par nos soci t s modernes Certaines par exemple des mani res d lever les enfants de traiter les personnes g es de demeurer en bonne sant de bavarder de passer le temps libre de pratiquer le multilinguisme ou de r gler les litiges semblent sup rieures celles des pays occidentalis s et riches Les soci t s traditionnelles peuvent nous inspirer quelques meilleures pratiques de vie mais galement nous aider valuer d autres avantages de notre propre soci t que nous avons fini par consid rer comme normaux by Jared Diamond, Jean-François Sené

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Le monde jusqu'à hier: Ce que nous apprennent les sociétés traditionnelles (NRF Essais) (French Edition)
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