Multilineal Evolutionism

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  • A 20th-century anthropological theory that focuses on the evolution of societies, populations, or cultures without value judgments about the concept of cultural “progress” from primitive to modern. Multilineal evolutionism, contrasted with unilineal evolutionism, contextualizes societal development within its own history and environment.

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