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The ground between : anthropologists engage philosophy

Auteur(s) : Das, Veena (Éd.)
Jackson, Michael (Éd.)
Kleinman, Arthur (Éd.)
et al.
Description matérielle : 351 p. ; 23 cm.Publication : Durham : Duke university press, 2014.Cote : G.4988Note : Bibliogr. p. 307-327 ; Index.  Thématique : Ethnologie | Philosophie
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Introduction. Experiments between anthropology and philosophy: affinities and antagonism / Das, Veena, Jackson, Michael, Kleinman, Arthur, Singh, Bhrigupati --
Ajàlá's heads: reflections on anthropology and philosophy in a West African setting / Jackson, Michael -
The parallel lives of philosophy and anthropology / Fassin, Didier --
The difficulty of kindness: boundaries, time, and the ordinary / Han, Clara --
Ethnography in the way of theory / Biehl, João --
The search for wisdom: why William James still matters / Kleinman, Arthur --
Eavesdropping on Bourdieu's philosophers / Hage, Ghassan --
How concepts make the world look different: affirmative and negative genealogies of thought / Singh, Bhrigupati --
Philosophia and anthropologia: reading alongside Benjamin in Yazd, Derrida in Qum, Arendt in Tehran / Fischer, Michael M. J. --
Ritual disjunctions: ghosts, philosophy, and anthropology / Puett, Michael --
Henri Bergson in Highland Yemen / Caton, Steven C. --
Must we be bad epistemologists? Illusions of transparency, the opaque other, and interpretive foibles / Crapanzano, Vincent --
Action, expression, and everyday life: recounting household events / Das, Veena --

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