According to Pierre Bourdieu and Michel Foucault,
A. it is easier and more effective to dominate people in their minds than to try to control their bodies.
B. if state institutions such as prisons and schools are able to control people's bodies, their minds will follow.
C. anthropologists have no business studying the process of how the dominant ideology becomes internalized, since this is the job of psychologists and political scientists.
D. overt violence is critical in order for a state to succeed in dominating its population.
E. anatomically modern humans have a long way to go in the process of evolution, since they are so easily tricked into believing that forms of state control are both natural and good.