My approach on anthropology will be philosophical. So maybe, similar to the four human studies, archeology, cultural Anthro, physical Anthropology and Linguistics, The study of man will not be complete, really, without a philosophical anthropology.
So it is I would be careful about what it approaches. Human is too vague a category and should be assumed until further headway is made. Thought as well, not so good. Also, philosophy as a category is compoundedly difficult due to all the traditional, historical and social investment in careers and egos; we have to approach it from the side. Political. As well. Being or ontological is loaded with real assumptions. Knowledge, again, needs to be approached from the (other) side.
I am liking: Philosophical Anthropology is the study of what is happening and occurring.
Any ideas around this?