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The conclusion explores how the idea that humans are biocultural creatures provides the basis for richer accounts of the materialization of norms, the incorporation of affect, and the social and political dimensions of embodied subjectivity. It also proposes that the idea that humans are biocultural creatures implies that we must think of habitats as specifically biocultural habitats. The chapter closes by considering what the ideas of biocultural creatures and biocultural habitats imply for future research.

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