and temporal event relations in an Amazonian culture., which discusses the nature of the time as space metaphor in the Amondawa Language:
- PressTV: Tribe with no concept of time found
- BBC: Amondawa tribe lacks abstract idea of time, study says
- Sun: Time? What's that?
Tribe has no dates or ages
- Telegraph: Amazonian tribe has no calendar and no concept of time
- Metro: Amazonian tribe discovered with no concept of time
- Both Metro and PressTV report the discovery of this tribe, rather than the analysis that they lack an abstract concept of time. This is contrary to The Sun's report that they were "first contacted by the outside world in 1986".
- PressTV independently refer to the Amondawa as a "Primitive Tribe"
- The Sun points out that "They have learned Portuguese and there are fears their own language is dying."
- Metro link this story to the story of the last two Ayapeneco Speakers
- The BBC Article also includes the views of Pierre Pica, (mentioned on this blog recently, regarding Mundurucu perceptions of Geometry)
- The BBC Article mentions that although they don't map events in time to passage through space, "When the Amondawa learn Portuguese ... they have no problem acquiring and using these mappings from the language."