The Bactra Review   Cognition in the Wild
Anthropology is, in some ways, actually the worst of the social and behavioral sciences on these questions. After all, it gave us Durkheim and his school, with their notion that society literally has thoughts of its own, independent of all its members. The other social sciences ignore the issue of how collective cognition happens; this really does beg all the important questions. Hutchins will, for the most part, spare us that.