4 thoughts on “notes from the conference

  1. willy

    tror du vil like denne.
    Sorry, world
    w

  2. Norman

    Extremely interesting thoughts, Jill. My one quibble would be re his suggestions in relation to the rise of commerce, accounting from such advances as capturing mammoths. Economic History, which is a fascinating area, suggests that it rquired the settled life made possible by the first agricultural revolutions and their storable surpluses, to begin our journey down these paths.

  3. Niels

    Thank You!

  4. Anthony

    Thanks for posting your notes!

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