Calvin C. Clawson

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Calvin C. Clawson (born March 28, 1941) is an American author.

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  • Even up to the twentieth century, some primitive tribes had only two number words: one and two." . . . footnote: "Here I use the word "primative" to describe the condition of the tribe's culture and not to describe the physical attributes of its members. All human beings alive today are modern Homo sapiens sapiens.
    • The Mathematical Traveler: Exploring the Grand History of Numbers, 1994, page 10.