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Relational Personhood Revisited

  • Chris Fowler (a1)


This article revisits one of the key heuristic devices archaeologists have used to appreciate personhood over the last 15 years—the idea that there is a tension between individual and dividual aspects of personhood. I argue that personhood is always relational, but in varied ways, and propose a revised heuristic approach to assist with appreciating diversity in the multi-dimensional and multi-modal character of personhood.


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Relational Personhood Revisited

  • Chris Fowler (a1)


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