Rethinking relations and animism: personhood and materiality

Auteur(s) : Astor-Aguilera, Miguel (Éd.)Description matérielle : xvi-198 p. : photos et illustrations en noir et blanc ; 25 cm. Collection: Vitality of Indigenous religions. Publication : New York : Routledge, 2018.Cote : G.5251Note : Bibliographie en fin de chapitres. Index.
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Introduction: we have never been individuals / Astor-Aguilera, Miguel and Harvey, Graham --

On the ontological scheme of “Beyond nature and culture” / Sahlins, Marshall --

Persons or relatives? Animistic scales of practice and imagination/ Bird-David, Nurit --

Adjusted styles of communication (ASCs) in the post-Cartesian world / Harvey, Graham --

Assembling new ontologies from old materials: towards multiplicity / Harris, Oliver J. T. et Crellin, Rachel J. --

Religious objects: uncomfortable relations and an ontological turn to things / Whitehead, Amy R. --

Robot companions: the animation of technology and the technology of animation in Japan / R. Gygi, Fabio --

The ontological turn, indigenous research, and “Niitsitapi” protocols of reciprocity / Lokensgard, Kenneth H. --

Maya-Mesoamerican polyontologies: breath and indigenous American vital essences / Astor-Aguilera, Miguel --

Environment, ontology, and visual perception: a saltwater case/ Glaskin, Katie --

"Are all stones alive?" Anthropological and Anishinaabe approaches to personhood / Matthews, Maureen and Roulette, Roger --

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