Claude Levi-Strauss: the anthropologist as hero. Edited by E. Nelson Hayes and Tanya Hayes.

Comp
Hayes, E. Nelson (Eugene Nelson), 1920- [Browse]
Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
Cambridge, Mass., M.I.T. Press [1970]
Description
xv, 264 p. 21 cm.

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Joint comp
Related name
Rare books genre
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references.
Action note
committed to retain
Contents
There are no superior societies, by S. de Gramont.--Structure and society, by H. S. Hughes.--Lévi-Strauss in the Garden of Eden; an examination of some recent developments in the analysis of myth, by E. Leach.--Which may never have existed, by F. Huxley.--Some considerations on the nature of social structure and model building; a critique of Claude Lévi-Strauss and Edmund Le9ch, bANT. H 326cini.--Epistemic paradigms; some problems in cross-cultural research on social anthropological history and theory, by B. Scholte.--Brain-twister, by E. Leach.--Science by association, by D. Maybury-Lewis.--The nature of reality, by C. M. Turnbull.--Lévi-Strauss's unfinished symphony; the analysis of myth, by B. Scholte.--Science or bricolage? By D. Maybury-Lewis.--Connaissez-vous Lévi-Strauss? By R. F. Murphy.--Orpheus with his myths, by G. Steiner.--The anthropologist as hero, by S. Sontag.--What is structuralism? By P. Caws.--Lévi-Strauss and the primitive, by R. L. Zimmerman.--Sartre vs. Lévi-Strauss, by L. Abel.--Bibliography of Claude Lévi-Strauss (p. [247]-256)
ISBN
  • 0262580160
  • 0262080389
LCCN
^^^72103897^//r89
OCLC
74933
RCP
H - S
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