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Primitive Education?

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While education is now mandatory in many countries, people might be curious to know what education was like for people living in ancient primitive societies. While they may not have had any sort of formal system of education, the older generations were responsible for the socialization and enculturation of their children. Instead of learning how to read and write, primitive cultures focused on teaching youngsters the ways of the world in relation to their unique society. Primitive education often included lessons about survival skills such as hunting, building shelter, and gathering or planting food.
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having very little education or unschooled; uneducated; lacking in intelligence.
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Meso Americans and Asian cultures were both very culturally and technologically evolved. And you know something they did every day that European Colonialists didn't? They bathed.
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One reason is that medicine is the largest area of the economy still dominated by artisanal production. I will be blunt: We need assembly line medicine, medicine that is routinized,
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