anthropologistnoun [ C ]uk /ˌæn.θrəˈpɒl.ə.dʒɪst/ us /ˌæn.θrəˈpɑː.lə.dʒɪst/
- But as anthropologists we must try, what is so much harder, to be candid about ourselves.
- Remember that the anthropologist is trying to be the historian of long perspective.
- The religious man has to be a man of the world, a man of the wider world, an anthropologist.
- There is a real danger lest the anthropologist should think that a scientific view of man is to be obtained by leaving out the human nature in him.
- They have, indeed, been studying not botany but ethnology, searching for traces of that species of primitive man known to anthropologists as the Hun.
- Yet to a pathologist, or anthropologist, the survivals of beliefs must always be curious and attractive illustrations of human nature.