Palaeolithic man

Palaeolithic man

n
(Palaeontology) any of various primitive types of man, such as Neanderthal man and Java man, who lived in the Palaeolithic
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It was first practised by Palaeolithic man during the last Ice Age using ivory from mammoth tusks.
25) In what becomes almost an essay on sexual frustration with monogamy, Wells describes morality as 'the padding of suggested emotions and habits, by which the round Palaeolithic man is fitted into the square hole of the civilized state' (p.
The fact that our species survived the first millennia of its existence shows that Palaeolithic man already boasted a fair measure of empirical knowledge regarding the workings of the systems, among which he lived or exploited.