Identify and describe a characteristic of South Pacific Islander cultural practices that represents the social system in place within these cultures.
Some Enlightenment thinkers saw the cultures Captain Cook encountered as noble savages free from the impositions of civilized European life. Others, like Cook, held the Enlightenment view of human nature being the same everywhere, including South Pacific cultures. Explain whether you agree or disagree with the Enlightenment philosophical view on the universality of human nature and behaviour.
Refer to specific aspects of the societies of Europe and the South Pacific as support for your position