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Đôi vai của những người khổng lồ: Claude Levi-Strauss và di sản của ông trong nhân học đương đại [The shoulders of our giants: Claude Lévi-Strauss and his legacy in current anthropology]

Doja, A; (2007) Đôi vai của những người khổng lồ: Claude Levi-Strauss và di sản của ông trong nhân học đương đại [The shoulders of our giants: Claude Lévi-Strauss and his legacy in current anthropology]. UNSPECIFIED

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Abstract

In the course of anti-structural criticism, the main thrust of the epistemological approach of Lévi-Strauss seems to have been lost, to the collective detriment of social sciences and anthropology. By its monumental character, Lévi-Strauss's work evokes that of the founders of anthropology, whereas by the way in which it puts in relation the cultural and the mental, it anticipates a theoretical anthropology to come, with the ambition to provide a rigorous method coming close to scientific knowledge. The fundamental point remains the emancipation of structural approach out of the linguistic model toward a new context of science and technology, as exemplified in mathematics, information science, cybernetics, and game theory, which made it possible for structural anthropology to innovatively account for the social systems and praxis of competitive and strategic practices.

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Title:Đôi vai của những người khổng lồ: Claude Levi-Strauss và di sản của ông trong nhân học đương đại [The shoulders of our giants: Claude Lévi-Strauss and his legacy in current anthropology]
DOI:10.1177/0539018406061104
Additional information:Đôi vai của những người khổng lồ: Claude Levi-Strauss và di sản của ông trong nhân học đương đại [The shoulders of our giants: Claude Lévi-Strauss and his legacy in current anthropology] Translated into Vietnamese by Nguyen Van Suu from the original in English published in: Social Science Information, vol. 45 (1), 2006, pp. 79–107, doi:10.1177/0539018406061104 (http://halshs.archives-ouvertes.fr/halshs-00425477/fr/). The article was translated under the 2007 Subject Area Group Translations, as part of the Ford Foundation funded Journal Donation Project (http://www.newschool.edu/centers/jdp/subject_area_group_translations.aspx?s=11:5)
UCL classification:UCL > School of Arts and Social Sciences > Faculty of Social and Historical Sciences > Anthropology

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