Carneiro, Robert L.
The Circumscription Theory: A Clarification, Amplification, and Reformulation Comments:
Barry III, Herbert
Political Integration without Warfare
Carmack, Robert M.
Circumscription Theory: A Clarification, Amplification, and Reformulation by Robert L. Carneiro
Claessen, Henri J. M.
Reconsideration of a Reformulation
Feinman, Gary M.
Circumscription Theory and Political Change: From Determinism to Mechanisms and Parameters
Ganzha, Alexander; Shinakov, Evgeniy A.
Was the War Caused by the Circumscription the Only Way to the State?
Gibson, D. Blair
Carneiro's Social Circumscription Theory: Necessary but not Sufficient
Carneiro and the Archaeology of War: A Comment from a Prehistorian
Questions to Spencer's Bulldog
Kowalewski, Stephen A.
Two Metaphors and a Myth
Kurtz, Donald V.
State Origins: Clarifications and Reformulations
Lozny, Ludomir L.
How Social Complexity Happens: Causal-History Explanation
The Formation of Political Hierarchies and the Loss of Autonomy
van Meijl, Toon
Ideology and the Rise of Early States
Peregrine, Peter N.
Population Pressure Problems
The Circumscription Theory by Robert Carneiro in the Socio-Ontological and Macrosociological Context
Small, David B.
We Know too Much, We Know too Little
Population, Coercion and State Formation. Some Comments on Robert Carneiro's Reformulation of Circumscription Theory
Religion and the Revised Circumscription Theory
Comment on R. L. Carneiro's Article on the Origin of the State: ‘The Circumscription Theory: A Clarification, Amplification, and Re-formulation’
van der Vliet, Edward C. L.
State Formation: Not by War Alone
Process and Regularity in Human Affairs: A Comment on Carneiro
Circumscription Theory and the Political Evolution in Prehistoric China
Carneiro, Robert L.
Answers to Critiques
Grinin, Leonid; Korotayev, Andrey
Emergence of Chiefdoms and States: A Spectrum of Opinions
Congratulations to the Tenth Anniversary of the Journal
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