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АА — American Anthropologist.

АЕНО — African Ecology and Human Origin, Viking Fund Publications in Anthropology, № 36. N.Y., 1963.

AJPA — American Journal of the Phisical Anthropology-

ARS1 — Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institute.

AS — Advancement of Science.

BS — Biological Simposia. A Series of Volumes Devoted to Carrent Simposia in the Field of Biology. Lancaster, Pennsylvania.

BSPF — Bulletin Society pre-historique francaise.

CA — Current Anthropology.

CHE — Classification and Human Eevolution, Viking Fund Publications in Anthropology, № 37. N.Y., 1963.

CPM — Comparative Psychology Monographs.

ED — Evolution after Darvin, Vols I–II. Chicago, 1960.

EMFE — Early man in the Far East. Studies in Phisical

Anthropology, № 1 Detroit, 1949

HJN — Hundert Jahre Nean-derthaler. Neanderthal centenery. 1856–1956. Utrecht, 1958.

IHE — Ideas on Human Evolution, Selected essays. Cambridge, Harvard University press, 1962.

JASB — Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal

J(R)A1 — Journal of (Royal) Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland.

MASB — Memoirs of the Asiatic Society of Bengal.

PPMAAE — Papers, of Peabody Museum of American Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University.

PPS — Proceedings of Prehistoric Society.

SA — Scientific American.

SLEM — Social Life of Early man, Viking Fund Publications in Anthropology, № 31, N.Y., 1961.

TMM — Transvaal Museum Memoirs.

РЖБ — Реферативный журнал „Биология".

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ПРЕДМЕТНЫЙ УКАЗАТЕЛЬ

 

Австралопитеки — см. пред-люди

Амазонки (легенды о них)

611—617 Анимизм 524 — 526

См. также: демонизм, душа, страх перед мертвыми, неандертальские погребения, погребальные обряды Антагонизм стада и гаремной семьи 162–167,180— 190, 223 — 230

Антропогенез 63–65,

105 —117, 173–174, 330–347 Антропоиды 158–159, 162,

168, 175–183 Антропосошогенез 63–67, 175,248–249,316, 337, 630 Ароморфоз 587–588 Архантропи (пралюди, формирующиеся люди) 275, 584 — 590

См. также: протантро-пы, палеоантропы Археолит — см. ранний палеолит Альчера — см. мифическое время

См. также: тотемистические мифы, тотемистические предки Атлантропы — см. протан-тропы

Ашель — см. индустрия каменная, ранний палеолит

Биосоциальный отбор 345–348, 355–358, 374, 584, 588, 628, 637–638 Близкородственное скрещивание— см инбридинг Брак 71–72,643–644 Групповой 72–74, 81–83, 106–107, 109–110, 121, 123,643–644 Парный 72, 73,75,81, 83

Моногамный 75, 83 См. также, дуально-родовой дислокальный брак, семейно-брачные отношения, семья, промискуитет Брачноклассовая система 42, 103

Буффонии афинские 539, 544, 567

Высшая нервная деятельность 124–135,218, 231,233

См. также: условные рефлексы Гарем и гаремная семья 154, 157–159, 162–165, 176–177, 180, 369 — 371

Генетико-автоматические процессы (генетический дрифт) 582–583, 594 Гетерозис 574, 625–629 Гибридизация 576–577, 625–629, 630,632 Гибридный атавизм 627 — 628

Гигантопитек 195 — 197

Гоминиды — см архантропи, неоантропы Гостеприимный гетеризм

623 — 624 Групповой отбор 106–107, 109–110, 123, 212–213,219,235–236, 345

— 346 Дарвинизм 337

Двух скачков теория 52–57, 64

Демонизм 524–526, 563 — 564

См также: анимизм Долг 323–324, 365 Доминирование — см. система доминирования Дошелль — см индустрия

каменная Дуальная организация 91, 99

— 104,645–647 Дуально-родовая организация 99, 624, 629, 643, 644,647,651

Дуально-родовой дислокаль-

ный брак 643–644 Дуально-стадная организация 624–625, 629, 633, 640, 643,647,651 Душа (вера в нее) 500–508, 512, 524–526 См. также: анимизм, страх перед мертвыми, погребальные обряды Естественный отбор 111–116, 190–192,210,212

— 215, 337–344, 588

— 589, 639 Женские праздники 609 —

„Живые" мертвецы 504–505, 507–509, 524 — 525

Зинджантроп — см. предлюди

Зоологический индивидуализм 46–49, 132–142, 166–167,223 — 225,313,648, 653,657 См. также: инстинкты, система доминирования, обуздание зоологического индивидуализма

Зоологические объединения 143—150

Безусловные 149–159 Условные 149, См также: стадо, гарем, материнская семья 159–163 Зоофагические праздники 533–549, 552–560, 567

См также1 буффонии афинские, медвежий праздник Идеализм 472–474 Идиоадаптация 587–595 Изоляция 567–568, 580 — 584

Инбридинг 568–580, 583

— 585,602,641 Индивидуализм 655–656 Индустрия каменная 607, 641 Кафуанская 219–220, 221

Олдовайская 219–222 Дошелльская 220–221 Шелльская 258–259 Ашельская 260 Раннеашельская 260 — 262

Позднеашельская 264 — 265

Мустьерская 267 — 268

Раннемустьерская 265 — 266

Леваллуа 266–267 Стоянок с атипичным инвентарем 262–263 Классического, типичного мустье 270 Леваллуа-мустье 270 Мустье с ашельской традицией 270 Ашелло-леваллуа-мустье 270

Финального мустье 218, 272, 291,292,312,313, 315,412,630, 632 См. также: ранний палеолит Инициации 397–401 Инстинкты 46,49, 126, 131, 134–135, 142, 148–149, 166, 223,324–326, 368

См. также- пищевой инстинкт, половой инстинкт, зоологический индивидуализм Интичиума 439–441, 544, 557

Инфекция 515–517 Искусство 483–485 Каннибализм 331–332,402

— 404, 514, 515 Кафуанская культура — см.

индустрия каменная Классификационные системы родства 71–78 Турано-ганованская 72

— 78, 643

Малайская (гавайская) 72–78 Классические неандертальцы — см. палеоантропы Классовое общество 654 —

655, 656, 657 Коммунизм 656–658 Кровнородственная семья 43, 45, 69–70, 74, 78–81,83 — 85 Культ умирающего и воскресающего бога 44, 565 Леваллуа — см. индустрия

каменная Логическое и историческое

36 — 38 Магия 462–471, 517 Подражательная 462, 484

Инициальная (начинательная) 462 Парциальная (части) 462

Гадательная (мантика) 467

Апотропеическая (сберегательная) 516 Негативная 463–464 Очистительная 510 —, 512

Опосредованная 469, 518 — 521

Размножения и плодородия 553–554, 558, 609

См.также: табу, очистительные обряды Магический (паразитический) образ мышления 459–463,470 — 471, 474–480,482,517, 551–553, 560 Магическая сила (вера в нее)

522 — 523 Мана — см. магическая сила Материнская семья (у животных) 150–151, 158 159

Медвежий праздник 533–535,538 — 539, 541, 542–548, 557 Мифическое время (вера в него) 400–401,433, 435–436, 562–565, 617–618,645 Мифический мир (вера в него) 562–564 Мифология 562–563, 617, 646 — 647

См. также тотемистические мифы Мораль 321–326,328,358 См. также: долг, совесть, честь, обуздание зоологического индивидуализма, табу Мустье — см, индустрия каменная, ранний палеолит Мышление 233–235, 316

— 318,454–455,461

— 466, 474–481,482,

См.также: пралогического мышления концепция

Насамонийский обычай 399

— 400

Находки в Петерсхеле, Драхенлохе и им подобные 527–531,532 — 533, 540–541, 548–551 Неандертальские погребения

486 — 501,512–517 Неандертальцы — см, палеоантропы

Неоантропы 51,53–54, 55, 67, 117–123,317,318, 602, 628–630, 633 — 639

Необратимости эволюции

проблема 302–306 Обезьяны 136–142, 145–147, 155–156, 161–165, 168–169, 175–182, 187–188, 198–199,214

См.также: Антропоиды Оборотничество (вера в него)

419 — 425 Обуздание зоологического индивидуализма 46–48,49 — 50, 227–233, 235–242,319 — 330, 333–334, 358, 368–372, 404, 648–653 См. также: мораль, табу, производство и дето-производство „Общества" насекомых 190

— 192,240–241 См. также, сверхорганизм

Общественная воля — см мораль

Общественное бытие 60, 319

— 329, 367

См. также1 производственные отношения Общественное сознание 60, 320–329, 358,367 См также: мораль, тотемизм, религия, табу, обуздание зоологического индивидуализма, искусство, философия Общественно-экономическая

формация 58–62 Огонь 273–274 Олдовайская культура — см.

индустрия каменная Опахивание 609 Оргиастические нападения 603–608,610,611,

617,618,619, 647 Оргиастические праздники 383–392, 397–398. 405,552, 553,620–622, 640–641 Орудия труда естественные 172–173, 179–180, 182–184, 188–189 Орудия труда искусственные 199–202,215 — 216 218

См. также; индустрия каменная, техника обработки камня Отбор — см. естественный отбор, биосоциальный отбор, групповой отбор Очистительные обряды 510

— 512, 518–521 Охота 182–185, 260, 350 —

351, 372–373, 408–409, 414 — 4! 5, 425 — 427

Охотничья маскировка 417

— 419, 441–444 Палеоантропы 53, 69, 84 —

85,275,282,283–301, 335, 590–638 Ранние (типа Эрингсдорф) 284–286, 294, 314,331–332, 590,591 Поздние, классические (типа Шапелль) 283–284, 288–289, 292–302,305 — 314, 332–333,412,487–488,590

— 596, 628–629, 633

— 635

Позднейшие (типа Схул) 287–292, 306–307,313,315, 332–333, 4І2, 487–488, 630

— 635

Парантропы — см предлюди Первобытнообщинная формация 58, 61–62 Первобытная коммуна 46–48, 50, 320–321,326 — 327, 329–330, 366, 408, 652–654 См. также' род, первобытный родовой коммунизм Первобытное человеческое стадо 46–49, 50–51, 59–64,70, 122, 238, 240–242, 329,331, 336, 348–350, 352–353,355,356, 359,366 367, 370, 639, 648 — 652

С неограниченным промискуитетом (аморфное) 371–372,401, 405, 408, 649 С ограниченным промискуитетом (тотемистическое) 391, 401–402,410 — 41 1,599, 649, 650 Первобытный родовой коммунизм 52, 320–321, 325,327,330,338,366, 628,653–654, 656 — 657

Питекантропы — см. про-

тантропы Пищевой инстинкт 127 —

128, 148,402–404 Пищевые табу 404 Погребальные и иные связанные с похоронами обряды 490, 496–500, 501,509–512,516, 559 Плейстоцен 279–280 Поздний палеолит 50–51,

53, 55, 68, 173,249–251,272, 282, 291,310

— 311,315,418,427, 446–447, 541 —542

Политеизм 564–565 Половой инстинкт 150,155, 159, 162–163, 165, 183, 186, 231–233,368

— 370, 374,378–379, 401–402, 604,606–607,618, 640, 651

Половые производственные табу 95–96, 372–383,395 — 397,404, 412, 566, 598–599 „Помолодение" организма 303–305,627 — 629 Популяция 356, 578–584 Посвятительные обряды —

см.инициации Посты религиозные 552,565 Праздники восточных славян (Коляда или Святки, Масленица, Русальная неделя, Купала) 558 Практика 447–461,463 — 466

См также труд, производственная деятельность

Пралогического мышления концепция 474–482 Пралюди — см. архантропы Предлюди ранние 174–175, 179–180, 182, 190 Австралопитек африканский 183–184, 189, 194–195, 206, 281 Австралопитек Прометей 183–184, 189, 194–195,208,281 Плезиантроп трансва-альский 183–184, 189,

194— 195,208,281 Парантроп массивный 194— 195

Парантроп крупнозубый 194—195

Зинджантроп205 — 206,281 Предчеловеческий рефлекторный труд 170, 180, 182–185,203,211,224

— 225,333 Приметы (вера в них) 466 —

Приспособительная деятель-ность210, 213–215, 334–335, 346–347 Производственная деятельность 171–172, 199–204,209 — 212,218–219, 222–223,225 — 229, 245–248 Производство 171–173, 209–212,215 —218, 225, 240–242, 245–248, 250,330,346, 353–354,600 Производство и детопроиз-

водство 600 Производительные силы 242

— 245,314–318, 354, 357,651,653

Производственные отношения 242–243, 319–321,324, 325, 328,354, 403–404, 648–659, 566–567, 657, См. также- распределение, собственность Промискуитет 43, 68–70, 74, 83, 85,90, 238–240,370 — 372, 390–392, 393,395,648–649 См также оргиастические праздники Протантропы (перволюди) 69, 84–85,275,331 Ранние(ребенок из Моджокерто, питекантроп IV, телантроп) 206–207, 331,276–278, 281

Поздние (питекантропы 1,11,111)276, 277,282 Позднейшие (синантропы, атлантропы) 276, 278,331 Пуналуа семья 45, 73–76, 80–81 Ранний палеолит (археолит) 51,55,68,248–274, 315 — 318

Шелль 251–252, 258, 259

Ранний ашель 254–255,260 — 262 Поздний ашель — раннее мустье 254–255, 263–267,270, 271 Позднее мустье 267–270,271 —272, 313,315, 412

Финальное мустье 218, 272, 291,312,313,315, 412,630, 632 Распределение 320, 328–329, 403, 404, 566–567, 653, 657 Расы 535–536 Религия 432–433,446 — 447, 482–487, 495–496, 501–512,517 — 526

См. также: магия, анимизм, демонизм, фетишизм, приметы, политеизм, табу, культ умирающего и воскресающего бога и др. Ритуальная борьба между полами 621–622 Ритуальная вражда между фратриями 645–646 Ритуальная забота о черепе и костях животных 531–542, 545 Ритуальные половые акты 545–546, 553–554 Род 42–48, 66, 68, 70, 76–78, 82–83, 85–99, 119,651–653 См. также: первобытная коммуна Родовое общество 42–49, 51,58–60, 66, 99 — 100, 103 Родовой коммунизм — см. первобытный родовой коммунизм Родство 430–431,652 См. также: системы родства Ручное рубило 210, 251 —

252,255–256,258 Свадебные обряды 399, 559–560, 617–618, 621–622 Сверхорганизм 191–192,

240 — 241,345 Свобода и необходимость 447–461,478 — 48 °Cемейно-брачные отношения 71–74, 82–83 См. также: брак, семья, промискуитет Семья 71–76, 78–85 См. также: брак, кровнородственная семья, пуналуа семья Синантропы — см. протантропы

Система доминирования 135

— 142, 159, 164, 185–187, 189— 190

Системы родства 70–78 См. также: классификационные системы родства

Собирательство 408 Собственность 320, 328, 652

— 655 Совесть 324, 365 Современного физического

типа человек — см. неоантропы Социальное и биологическое 46–48,49 — 50,324

— 325,600, 648, Социальные отношения —

см. производственные отношения, общественное бытие, социальное и биологическое, общественное сознание Социальный инстинкт 143 — 148

Социогенез 41–43, 46–47,52,59–67, 116–117, 173–174 Стадо 160— 161

Обезьян 161–162 Ранних предлюдей 180

— 190

Поздних предлюдей 193, 197 Страх перед мертвыми 496

— 515

Табу — запреты 359–366 См. также: половые производственные табу Табу — состояние магической нечистоты 518 — 521

Техника обработки камня 200–201,221 —222, 256 — 271

См. также: Индустрия каменная Тотем 431 — 432

Табуация его поедания 437–443, 550–551, 562

Тотемизм 427–445, 542 — 548

Тотемистическая обрядность 439_ 444, 548–557 См. также, интичиума Тотемистические и охотни-чье-тотемистические пляски 441–444, 555

— 557, 560–561 Тотемистические мифы 562

— 563

Тотемистические предки 433

— 434, 561–562 Труд 110, 168–174,217 —

218,325,316–318 См. также: предчеловеческий рефлекторный труд, производственная деятельность Условные рефлексы 124-

135,214,234 Фаллические культы и обряды 392, 469 Фетишизм 518, 521–522 Физиология размножения животных 151–157 Физиология размножения человека 597–598 Философия 472 — 473

См, также: идеализм Фольклор 440, 478, 485 —

490,513–514 Формирующиеся люди — см. архантропы

Фратрия 99— 100, 645 — 647

Честь 323–324 Шабаш ведьм 390, 557–558 Экзогамия 66–67, 76–77, 85–99,119–120, 435–436,617, 642 —

643,651–652 Эолит 219, 223,251,257 Язык 234–235 Homo habilis — см предлю-

ди поздние Homo sapiens — см неоантропы

 







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