This deals with the physical and sociological evolution of Man and non-human Primates.
The journal draws upon the many disciplines involved in the study of human evolution and reflects the current
interest in molecular evolution and genetics, as well as palaeontology and taxonomy.
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This deals with all topics covered by Anthropology such as: human and non-human primate biology,
auxology, population biology, nutrition, palaeopathology, biosocial anthropology, applied anthropology etc.
It aims to sustain and increase co-operation between established anthropological societies and their respective members,
by promoting current thinking and research.
This Journal, four-monthly published, offers a space for exploring, exchanging and analizing critically topics relevant for the understanding
of Human Beings in their social, archetypical, cultural, intra-psychic, inter-personal and trans-generational dimensions,
as well as in their deepest and most symbolic aspects, including expressive, hermeneutic, ritualistic, ethical and biological ones,
through a dialogue between anthropology and psychoanalisis.