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(For more on cognitive anthropology: R. D’Andrade and C. Strauss, eds. (1992), Human motives and cultural models; C. Strauss and N. Quinn (1997), A cognitive theory of cultural meaning; C. W. Nuckolls (1996) The cultural dialectics of knowledge and desire and (1998) Culture: a problem that cannot be solved)