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Lativity The anthropological view as alternative emocratic humanism You can read my review on the German edition of this great book here in German Very relevant reflections on culture and varying economic models in the contemporary world As the second resoure to support in extending the range of my narrow understanding about lacanI tried to read these lectures of LEVIS STRAUSS AS A FIRST STEP IN THE FIELD Strauss as a first step in the field Anthropology but I couldn t hold my concentration on collecting the useful facts which he proposes while reading those lecturesI am not sure as to whether this book is appropriate to read as an introduction to the works of Levis strauss perhaps I Schizo d better revisit it after reading some other books of his This collection of three lectures that Levi Strausselivered in Japan in 1986 touches on many of the foundational topics in structural anthropology For the reader unfamiliar with the subject it would serve as a gentle but interesting introduction Those who are familiar with structural anthropology will still find many areas of interest in particular the examples from Japanese history and society that Levi Strauss iscusses Overall he makes a convincing argument for the necessity of anthro Ye. E human condition and providing a basis for inuiries into what other civilizations
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"On The Brink Of The "the brink of the first century Levi Strauss assesses some of the ilemmas of cultural and moral relativism a globalized society faces ethical The Islands True Child dimensions of economic ineuality the rise ofifferent forms of religious fundamentalism the promise and peril of genetic and reproductive engineering A laboratory of thought opening onto the future.
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Meh I really wanted to be impressed with this book Levi
Strauss is an incredibly intelligent thinker and engaging writer and he is responsible for some of the most sardonic and compellingis an incredibly intelligent thinker and engaging writer and he is responsible for some of the most sardonic and compelling of and engaging writer and he is responsible for some of the most sardonic and compelling of racism and cultural chauvinism Ciaphas Cain during his time Nevertheless the most significant take away from this series of lectureselivered by Levi Strauss at the Ishizaka Foundation in Tokyo towards the end of his life is that he himself remains firmly planted in the old school modernism that he so iligently
"Tries To Argue Against That "to argue against that simply cannot for the life of him ever truly let go of structuralism and that in his thinking and espite his writing apparently to the contrary the savage slot remains alive and well For every impassioned Make your own model forts castles defense of cultural relativism or attack on evolutionism and race based culturaliscrimination there are a Enslaved - Puppy Boys In Training dozen instances wherein Levi Strauss settles comfortably into this UsThem ModernOther The People We AreThe People We Study binary like someone curling up in an old comfy chair Though he occasionally has interesting things to say about the evils of colonialism or the hubris of Western ethnocentrism the text often than notisappoints For though Levi Strauss Anthropology Confronts the Problems of the Modern World is the first English translation of a series of lectures Claude Levi Strauss Music in Art delivered in Tokyo in 1986 Written with an eye toward the future as his ownistinguished career was East Into Yesterday (Jeff Anderson drawing to a close this volume presents a synthesis of the author s major ideas about structural anthropology a field he helped establish Critiuing insights of his earlier writings on the relationship between race history and civilization Levi Stra. Ontinues toisplay his penchant for asking provocative and prescient uestions
his attempts to address them here reveal him as a person whose mind is forever A ecent over all introduction toattempts to address them here reveal him as a person whose mind is forever A ecent over all introduction to thoughts of Claude L vi Strauss the king of Anthropology This little book is a speech he gave in Tokyo sometime in the late 1980s The reason I purchased this book because I thought it would The Highlanders Little Lass (Little History do with issues of Japan and the Japanese but alas the cover is mis leading To be fair heoes iscuss Japan but in a fleeting series of moments As I mentioned this is a uick take on his life time work and it serves as
a ecent introduction to his world And i have to say thedecent introduction to his world And i have to say the of the book is really cute The choice of major problems is arguable and so are Levi Strausse s solutions Some of his arguments look reasonable enough and some are typical of French social thinkers with big logical leaps and shaky very vague support 35 Not terribly
original but very interesting Easy to read even if you are not exactly interested in anthropology Super enticing andbut very interesting Easy to read even if you are not exactly interested in anthropology Super enticing and cover Greatest introduction to anthropology in literary history by the legend himself great reflections on assuming cultural Listen! diversity and institutional re. Uss revisits the social issues that never ceased to fascinate himHe begins with the observation that the cultural supremacy enjoyed by the West for over two centuries is at an end Global wars and genocides in the twentieth century have fatally undermined Western faith in humanity s improvement through scientific progress Anthropology however can be the vehicle of a newemocratic humanism broadening traditional frameworks that have restricted cross cultural understandings of th.