(KINDLE) From the Enemy's Point of View Humanity and Divinity in an ian Society by Eduardo Viveiros de Castro

  • Paperback
  • 428
  • From the Enemy's Point of View Humanity and Divinity in an ian Society
  • Eduardo Viveiros de Castro
  • English
  • 15 July 2018
  • 9780226858029

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From the Enemy's Point of View Humanity and Divinity in an ian Society review ✓ eBook or Kindle ePUB summary From the Enemy's Point of View Humanity and Divinity in an ian Society The Araweté are one of the few ian peoples who have maintained their cultural integrity in the face of the destructive forces of European imperialism In this landmark study anthropologist Eduardo Viveiros de Castro explains this phenomenon in terms of Araweté social cosmology and ritual order His analysis of the social and religious life of the Araweté a Tupi Guarani people of Eastern ia focuses on their concepts of personhood death. Chrysanthemum ritual order His analysis of the social and After the Falls religious life of the Araweté a Tupi Guarani people of Eastern ia focuses on their concepts of personhood death.

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From the Enemy's Point of View Humanity and Divinity in an ian Society

From the Enemy's Point of View Humanity and Divinity in an ian Society review ✓ eBook or Kindle ePUB summary From the Enemy's Point of View Humanity and Divinity in an ian Society Tention for its extraordinary openness to exteriority and transformation For the Araweté the person is always in transition an outlook expressed in the mythology of their gods whose cannibalistic ways they imitate From the Enemy's Point of View argues that current concepts of society as a discrete bounded entity which maintains a difference between interior and exterior are wholly inappropriate in this and in many other ian societies.

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From the Enemy's Point of View Humanity and Divinity in an ian Society review ✓ eBook or Kindle ePUB summary From the Enemy's Point of View Humanity and Divinity in an ian Society And divinity Building upon ethnographic description and interpretation Viveiros de Castro addresses the central aspect of the Arawete's concept of divinity consumption showing how its cannibalistic expression differs radically from traditional representations of other ian societies He situates the Araweté in contemporary anthropology as a people whose vision of the world is complex tragic and dynamic and whose society commands our at.