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COMPARATIVE METAPHYSICS
ONTOLOGY AFTER ANTHROPOLOGY

CARACTÉRISTIQUES

Direction : Pierre Charbonnier, Gildas Salmon, Peter Skafish
Éditeur : Rowman & Littlefield International (site internet)
Collection : « Reinventing Critical Theory »
ISBN : 978-1-7834-8857-5 (HB) // 978-1-7834-8858-2 (PB)
Année de publication : 2017
Année du colloque : 2013
Présentation du colloque : cliquer ici

Ouvrage disponible auprès du CCIC (n°563)

MATIÈRES
Introduction


Part I
Comparison, Symmetry, Pluralism


Varieties of Ontological Pluralism, Philippe DESCOLA
[enregistrement audio (en français) en ligne sur la Forge Numérique de la MRSH de l'Université de Caen Normandie]

On Ontological Delegation : The Birth of Neoclassical Anthropology, Gildas SALMON (Translated by Nicolas CARTER)

Connections, Friends, and Their Relations : An Issue in Knowledge-Making, Marilyn STRATHERN

We Have Never Been Pluralist : On Lateral and Frontal Comparisons in the Ontological Turn, Matei CANDEA


Part II
Conceptual Alteration : Theory and Method

Anthropological Meditations : Discourse on Comparative Method, Patrice MANIGLIER

The Contingency of Concepts : Transcendental Deduction and Ethnographic Expression in Anthropological Thinking, Martin HOLBRAAD

Breaking the Modern Epistemic Circle : The Ontological Engagement of Critical Anthropology, Pierre CHARBONNIER (Translated by Nicolas CARTER)


Part III
Life and Agency Outside Nature


Thinking with Thinking Forests, Eduardo KOHN

Nature among the Greeks : Empirical Philology and the Ontological Turn in Historical Anthropology, Arnaud MACÉ (Translated by Nicolas CARTER)

Moving to Remain the Same : An Anthropological Theory of Nomadism, Morten Axel PEDERSEN


Part IV
Cosmopolitics and Alterity

Metaphysics as Mythophysics : Or, Why I Have Always Been an Anthropologist, Eduardo VIVEIROS DE CASTRO

Metamorphosis of Consciousness : Concept, System, and Anthropology in American Channels, Peter SKAFISH

Ordering What Is : The Political Implications of Ontological Knowledge, Baptiste GILLE (Translated by Nicolas CARTER)

A Dialog About a New Meaning of Symmetric Anthropology, Bruno LATOUR (Interviewed by Carolina MIRANDA)


Index

Notes on Contributors

Acknowledgments : Cerisy