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Poetics and anthropology

DOI: 10.2298/fid0424095s

Keywords: anthropology , critique of anthropocentrism , poetics , ratio , rational and irrational , polarity , discontinuity , suspension , transgression , dissemination

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Abstract:

The entering of poetics into the field of anthropology, intimated by Nietzsche (through his critique of anthropocentrism), introduced by Bachelard and Bataille and continued in the framework of poststructuralism has influenced the scope and the models of knowledge traditionally related to anthropology, by reexamining and changing them. This influence is researched through the analysis of several authors, discussing the political aspects of their writings at the same time. Their notions of polarity, discontinuity, suspension, transgression and dissemination make visible possible directions of transformation of anthropology.

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