Capturing imagination, a proposal for an anthropology of thought, by Carlo Severi ; translated by Catherine V. Howard, Matthew Carey, Eric Bye, Ramon Fonkoue, and Joyce Suechun Chung
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  • Capturing imagination, a proposal for an anthropology of thought, by Carlo Severi ; translated by Catherine V. Howard, Matthew Carey, Eric Bye, Ramon Fonkoue, and Joyce Suechun Chung
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  • Capturing imagination
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  • a proposal for an anthropology of thought
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  • by Carlo Severi ; translated by Catherine V. Howard, Matthew Carey, Eric Bye, Ramon Fonkoue, and Joyce Suechun Chung
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  • Includes bibliographical references (pages 333-360)
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  • On living objects and the anthropology of thought -- Primitivist empathy : intensifying the image and deciphering space -- The universe of the arts of memory -- Authorless authority : forms of authority in oral traditions -- Giving voice : when images speak -- Becoming Patroclus : funerary rituals and games in the Iliad -- The anthropology of abstract art -- Chimeric space : perception and projection -- The semblance of life : the epistemology of Western perspective -- On irrefutable hypotheses
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