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people’s behavior determined more by beliefs and values, or more by environment in Guns, Germs...
I am reading a lot on internet. However, I am really confused about this book. Do you think that: Does history and culture follow different courses for different peoples because of differences among those peoples’ environments, or because of differences among those peoples themselves? In other words, is a people’s behavior determined more by beliefs and values, or more by environment?
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