Scientia, Society and Polydactyl Knowledge: Archaeology as a creative science

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Darvill, Timothy;
(2015)
  • Publisher: Oxbow Books

The epistemic basis of knowledge creation has long been a subject of interest in archaeology and one that Evžen Neustupný has contributed to through his award-winning essay ‘Whither archaeology?’ and his book Archaeological Method with their central concern for theory, ... View more
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