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Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: Manas Roy the founder Dconcertnist, introduced "Philosophy of Dconcert" or the "Dconcert Philosophy" as an outcome of "Concertive Humanities": The new School. His everlasting notion: 'photo' has transformed Edmund Husserl's notion: 'epoch' more scientifically & had made-easy to understand Husserl as well as Jacques Derrida towards syntagmatic analysis of language, transforming the idea of 'photosynthesis' to 'photosyntagmatics' by understanding "Photo-Dynamics"(PD). Many of his research papers have already been published in International Journals and had received good repute. The significant publication includes on the topic "Derrida's Philosophical Dconstruction" in "Transcendent Philosophy" Journal, Vol.9, pp. 237-246 in Dec.2008. And recently "Phenomenological Existentialism", in THINK Journal, February 2010, Volume 9, pp. 51-63, Published by: The Royal Institute of Philosophy, U.K. Codice inventario libreria

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Riassunto: The island of Ngazidja lies at the southern end of the monsoon wind system and its inhabitants, the Wangazidja, have participated in the trading networks of the Indian Ocean for two millennia. The enduring contacts between the Wangazidja and their trading partners have subjected them to a variety of social and cultural influences - from the Swahili coast, from the African hinterland, from the Arabian peninsula, from Indonesia and, more recently, from Europe. This book looks at the strategies called into play by Wangazidja in negotiating this encounter with the outside world; it discusses how they incorporate this variety of influences into their own social and cultural modes of practice while all the time remaining (in the words of one observer) 'authentic'. Drawing on the work of thinkers such as Theodor Adorno, Rene Girard and Michael Taussig, the author develops the theoretical concept of mimesis in an analysis of these transformations, increasingly relevant in the contemporary context of globalization, showing how firmly anchored social structures are able to incorporate what seem to be practices imitative of the Other.

L'autore: Iain Walker obtained his PhD in Anthropology from the University of Sydney. He is presently ESRC Research Fellow at COMPAS, in the School of Anthropology and Museum Ethnography, University of Oxford.

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Descrizione libro Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2010. Hardcover. Condizione libro: Brand New. new edition edition. 270 pages. 8.11x5.83x1.10 inches. In Stock. Codice libro della libreria 1443823376

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