Apalategi Begiristain, Jaione
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- Donostia-San Sebastián
SummaryWe were asked to speak on behalf of the family of the late Joxemartin, and what we state in the lines below is the small photograph that we, his mother who is still living, his five siblings, and brothers- and sisters-in-law, and nieces and nephews,would unanimously agree upon. As far as Joxemartin was concerned, the family was the true nursery for humanity, a fact of great value. He was an anthropologist, at home as well as beyond. Towards the end he expressed anger with the science of Anthropology, because it did not use the person´s subordination to examine the humanbeing and human groups; he passed away calling for the era of personology rather than that of anthropology.
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