extrasomatic

ex·tra·so·mat·ic

(eks'tră-sō-mat'ik),
Outside or unrelated to, the body.
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Under the latter model, cognitive functioning is located so firmly in individualized biological bases of memory that other extrasomatic instances of memory are often difficult to locate.
Donald restates the notion of extrasomatic symbolic technique.
PROCESSUAL: material culture as 'man's extrasomatic means of adaptation', stress on technology, economy, hypothesis testing, law-building, cross-cultural comparisons, etc.