The Metamorphosis of Culturen
Culture, concept consolidated by Edward Burnett Tylor, who lived between 1832-1917, one of the fathers of social anthropology, as being the “complex whole which includes knowledge, belief, art, morals, law, custom and any other capabilities and habits acquired by man as a member of society”, therefore, as the set of ideas, systematized knowledge, traditions and habits in a particular ethos, has been regularly debated, particularly since the late nineteenth century. Philosophers like Daniel Dennett have speculated on the principles of its transformation. Emanuel Pimenta has been writing and publishing articles and books on the subject since the 1980s, but with a different approach, essentially mathematical. Starting from Charles Sanders Peirce and incorporating neuroaesthetics, he establishes principles of mutation and conceptualization of culture as an alive organism.
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