"The differences engendered by humankind's 'cultural instinct' are countless
and expressed in all facets of our lives: in the ways we eat, hold ourselves and
dress and where we live; in the ways we think of and symbolically organize the
world and the relations between individuals; and in the way we see relations between
humans and their gods. All these practices and symbolic representations generate
joint exhibition by the Musée d'ethnographie de Neuchâtel, the Musée
Dauphinois de Grenoble and the Musée de la civilisation, in 1995.