07 OCT 2013 by ideonexus

 Imagining the Primitive Mind

AND now let us indulge in a very interesting speculation; how did it feel to be a man in those early days of the human adventure? How did men think and what did they think in those remote days of hunting and wandering four hundred centuries ago before seed time and harvest began. Those were days long before the written record of any human impressions, and we are left almost entirely to inference and guesswork in our answers to these questions. [...] Primitive man probably thought very much ...
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As evolution tends to build in lairs, the primitive mind must have been much like that of a child.