Anthropology through science fiction / edited by Carol Mason, Martin Harry Greenberg, Patricia Warrick.

By: Mason, Carol
Contributor(s): Greenberg, Martin Harry | Warrick, Patricia S
Language: English Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, 1974.Description: xi, 387 p. ; 24 cm.
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Includes bibliographies. Contents: Man as part of nature: Weinbaum, S. G. A Martian odyssey. Brown, F. Arena. - -Human origins and evolution: Van Vogt, A. E. Enchanted village. Williams, R. M. Robot's return. - -Human diversity and potential: Davidson, A. The house the Blakeneys built. Yarbro, C. Q. Frog pond. - -The commitment to social life: Reed, K. The vine. Asimov, I. Strikebreaker. - -The ecological imperative: Anderson, P. The sharing of flesh. Merril, J. Survival ship. - -The technological imperative: Oliver, C. Far from this earth. Chandler, B. The cage. - -The origins of civilization: Abernathy, R. Pyramid. Schmidt, S. Lost Newton. - -The world outside, science and religion: Tushnet, L. Aunt Jennie's tonic. Asimov, I. Nightfall. - -Living together in the universe: MacLean, K. Unhuman sacrifice. Sheckley, R. The monsters.