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Filia??o intensiva e alian?a demoníaca
Castro, Eduardo Viveiros de;
Novos Estudos - CEBRAP , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-33002007000100006
Abstract: this article proposes an intensification of the dialogue between deleuze and anthropology in at least two ways. in the first part, it traces proximities between deleuzian concepts and influent analytical themes for today?s anthropology; in the second, examines an specific incidence of classical social anthropology - the kinship theory - on deleuze and guattari?s conception of primitive territorial machine, or pre-signifier semiotics.
“Transforma??o” na antropologia, transforma??o da “antropologia”
Castro, Eduardo Viveiros de;
Mana , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-93132012000100006
Abstract: here we evoke the general lines of development of the author's academic work, which has been dedicated to the elaboration of two theories with regard to american societies: a sociological theory, that establishes ties of affinity as the generic scheme for indigenous social relations; and a cosmological theory that proposes to redistribute the values western metaphysics attribute to the catego-ries of nature and culture. we then examine the three basic actional schemes of the key concept of "transformation" within anthropological discourse: an "accusatorial" scheme, an "ergative" scheme and a "reflexive" scheme. the last of these three schemes opens the way for a symmetrical or reverse anthropology that allows us to create an effective gene-ralization of the discipline's project.
Os pronomes cosmológicos e o perspectivismo ameríndio
Castro, Eduardo Viveiros de;
Mana , 1996, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-93131996000200005
Abstract: this study discusses the meaning of amerindian "perspectivism": the ideas in amazonian cosmologies concerning the way in which humans, animals, and spirits see both themselves and other world beings. such ideas suggest the possibility of a redefinition of the classical categories of "nature", "culture", and "supernature" based on the concept of perspective or point of view. the study argues in particular that the antinomy between two characterizations of indigenous thought - on the one hand "ethnocentrism", which would deny the attributes of humanity to humans from other groups, and on the other hand "animism", which would extend such qualities to beings from other species - can be resolved if one considers the difference between the spiritual and corporal aspects of beings.
O nativo relativo
Viveiros de Castro, Eduardo;
Mana , 2002, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-93132002000100005
Abstract: this article attempts to extract the theoretical implications arising from the fact that anthropology not only studies relations, but that the knowledge it produces in the process is itself a relation. it therefore proposes an image of anthropology as an activity founded on the premise that the procedures characteristic of the discipline are conceptually of the same order as those it investigates. among these implications is the rejection of the contemporary notion that each culture or society embodies a specific solution to a generic problem, filling a universal form (the anthropological concept) with a particular content (the native conceptions). much the opposite: the image proposed here suggests that the problems themselves are radically heterogenic, and that the anthropologist cannot know beforehand what these will be.
Lévi-Strauss nos 90 a antropologia de cabe a para baixo
Castro Eduardo Viveiros de
Mana , 1998,
O nativo relativo
Viveiros de Castro Eduardo
Mana , 2002,
Abstract: Este artigo tenta extrair as implica es teóricas do fato de que a antropologia n o apenas estuda rela es, mas que o conhecimento assim produzido é ele próprio uma rela o. Prop e-se, assim, uma imagem da atividade antropológica como fundada no pressuposto de que os procedimentos característicos da disciplina s o conceitualmente de mesma ordem que os procedimentos investigados. Entre tais implica es, está a recusa da no o corrente de que cada cultura ou sociedade encarna uma solu o específica de um problema genérico, preenchendo uma forma universal (o conceito antropológico) com um conteúdo particular (as concep es nativas). Ao contrário, a imagem aqui proposta sugere que os problemas eles mesmos s o radicalmente diversos, e que o antropólogo n o sabe de antem o quais s o eles.
Pequenas empresas e desenvolvimento regional
Eduardo Anselmo de Castro
Finisterra - Revista Portuguesa de Geografia , 1986,
Hayek, Hicks e a ascens?o do walrasianismo
Soromenho, Jorge Eduardo de Castro;
Economia e Sociedade , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-06182012000200001
Abstract: in this article, the origins and evolution of the equilibrium and time concepts that hicks later used to interpret keynes' theory are discussed. the paper is organized into two parts. in the first, the work of hayek is analyzed, examining his conception of intertemporal equilibrium, his project to develop a theory of cycles, and lastly, the implementation of this project in prices and production and the related problems. in the second part we examine how hicks, reflecting on the problems raised by hayek′s theory, developed his own concepts of equilibrium and time.
Considera??es sobre a escrita lacaniana dos discursos
Castro, Júlio Eduardo de;
ágora: Estudos em Teoria Psicanalítica , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-14982009000200006
Abstract: the writing of lacan's discourses is made up of elements (letters), places (quadrants) and functions (logical operators). each of these discourses formalized by lacan is composed by the peculiar distribution of these letters in these places and functions. lacan established, in this way, his own structure for each of the four discourses: the psychoanalytical discourse, the master discourse, the hysterical discourse and the university discourse. lacan's logical construction was analyzed - mainly in seminar 17, the contrary of the psychoanalysis - for each of these discourses, highlighting their consistencies, approaches and contrasts. the purpose of this paper is to demonstrate how the appropriate consideration in lacan's discourses can be an important psychoanalytical approach of the subject by means of its discursive universe.
Júlio Eduardo de Castro
Psicanálise e Barroco em Revista , 2008,
Abstract: The basic thesis of that article: the subject that interests to the Psychoanalysis (the subject of the unconscious) it includes, necessarily, the function of the time. To defend such proposition, we will go by Freud and for Lacan, looking for in its respective works some done references, starting from the experience psychoanalytic, at the time as/while appropriate and subverted construct/concept, in its usual employment, for the psychoanalysis
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