Claude Levi-Strauss

Also found in: Dictionary, Encyclopedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
  • noun

Synonyms for Claude Levi-Strauss

French cultural anthropologist who promoted structural analysis of social systems (born in 1908)


References in periodicals archive ?
Claude Levi-Strauss de Catherine Clement es un texto introductorio a la vasta obra de este gran pensador contemporaneo.
El eje critico de su argumentacion se puede entender de la siguiente manera: por que Claude Levi-Strauss ha instaurado en la antropologia un metodo que ha fijado los comportamientos humanos, tanto sus sofisticaciones y sus contradicciones, ocultando sus estrategias y razones de resistencias.
15l, "In his research on hypograms, Ferdinand de Saussure allows himself to this 'redistribution' of 'prefabricates' that Claude Levi-Strauss analyzed under the DIY name: 'Look at the bricoleur at work: absorbed by the final project, his first practical activity is, yet, retrospective: he must continually return to the already constructed ensemble, made from tools and materials; to make and remake the inventory; ultimately--especially to keep this continual dialogue with the ensemble in order to inventorize before choosing from among the possible answers that the ensemble can provide to the question raised at a given moment.
2) Claude Levi-Strauss, 'The Structural Study of Myth', Journal of American Folklore, 68:270, 1955, 428--44; Emile Durkheim, The Division of Labor in Society [1893], Martino Fine Books, 2012
131), atraves dessa "dupla torcao" que Claude Levi-Strauss dizia guardar do pensamento amazonense (Levi-Strauss, 1964, p.
En este articulo analizaremos las relaciones entre la teoria de sistemas y el estructuralismo de Claude Levi-Strauss y, a su vez, las relaciones y contradicciones con el pensamiento sistemico de Niklas Luhmann.
In one excerpt from an interview in French, Claude Levi-Strauss points out, "There are fewer adventures available and practically no place that is truly remote and untouched.
But then Claude Levi-Strauss is not pitched to anthropologists; it is, rather, a book for the general reader interested in one of the intellectual giants of the twentieth century.
Along the same lines, Claude Levi-Strauss mentions "a particular tribe which was able to see the planet Venus in full daylight.
Succeeding French anthropologist Claude Levi-Strauss, who died in 2009, Maalouf has become an academy immortal, as such members are known.
While most entries tend to be on the short side, certain writers get separate chapters: Henry Fielding, Paul Bowles, Claude Levi-Strauss, Evelyn Waugh, and Samuel Johnson.
Wrangham's theory is seen as a response to Darwin views on evolution and the concept put forward by Claude Levi-Strauss on the raw and the cooked.
The literary critic Roland Barthes, the cultural historian Michel Foucault, the psychoanalyst Jacques Lacanall were structuralists of one sort or another, and all declared their indebtedness to Claude Levi-Strauss, the founder of "structural anthropology.
They address theoretical foundations, principles, and sexist beliefs about male dominance, sex differentiation, sex practices of animals, aggression, attachments and bonding, evolutionism, matriarchy, the kinship ideas of Claude Levi-Strauss, and other ideas in these fields.
It's about Gregory Bateson, Henry Miller, Gertrude Stein, Marcel Duchamp, Edward Weston, Georgia O'Keeffe, Claude Levi-Strauss, Milan Kundera, David Hockney, Picasso, Matisse, Ginsberg ("A Supermarket in California," in particular), Roberto Bolano, and quite a few others I'm forgetting.