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Mit ve Anlam By Claude Lévi-Strauss Mit ve Anlam L vi Strauss nce a n n egemen sosyal bilimler felsefesine ard ndan antropolojideki ana ak m olan evrimcilik dif zyonizm ve fonksiyonalizme varolu uluk ve h manizme Avrupamerkezci tarih ve insan kavr
  • Title: Mit ve Anlam
  • Author: Claude Lévi-Strauss
  • ISBN: 9786053752684
  • Page: 109
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  • Mit ve Anlam By Claude Lévi-Strauss L vi Strauss, nce a n n egemen sosyal bilimler felsefesine ard ndan antropolojideki ana ak m olan evrimcilik, dif zyonizm ve fonksiyonalizme varolu uluk ve h manizme Avrupamerkezci tarih ve insan kavray lar na ve nihayet kendi toplumunun uygarl na, yani tart lamayacak denli kesin oldu una inan lan modern Bat n n nkabullerine meydan okumu ve hepsinin yL vi Strauss, nce a n n egemen sosyal bilimler felsefesine ard ndan antropolojideki ana ak m olan evrimcilik, dif zyonizm ve fonksiyonalizme varolu uluk ve h manizme Avrupamerkezci tarih ve insan kavray lar na ve nihayet kendi toplumunun uygarl na, yani tart lamayacak denli kesin oldu una inan lan modern Bat n n nkabullerine meydan okumu ve hepsinin yetersizlik ve g receliklerini tek tek g stermi tir.
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    1. Claude Lévi-Strauss

      Claude L vi Strauss was a French anthropologist, well known for his development of structural anthropology He was born in Belgium to French parents who were living in Brussels at the time, but he grew up in Paris His father was an artist, and a member of an intellectual French Jewish family L vi Strauss studied at the University of Paris From 1935 9 he was Professor at the University of Sao Paulo making several expeditions to central Brazil Between 1942 1945 he was Professor at the New School for Social Research In 1950 he became Director of Studies at the Ecole Practique des Hautes Etudes In 1959 L vi Strauss assumed the Chair of Social Anthroplogy at the College de France His books include The Raw and the Cooked, The Savage Mind, Structural Anthropology and Totemism Encyclopedia of World Biography.Some of the reasons for his popularity are in his rejection of history and humanism, in his refusal to see Western civilization as privileged and unique, in his emphasis on form over content and in his insistence that the savage mind is equal to the civilized mind.L vi Strauss did many things in his life including studying Law and Philosophy He also did considerable reading among literary masterpieces, and was deeply immersed in classical and contemporary music.L vi Strauss was awarded the Wenner Gren Foundation s Viking Fund Medal for 1966 and the Erasmus Prize in 1975 He was also awarded four honorary degrees from Oxford, Yale, Havard and Columbia Strauss held several memberships in institutions including the National Academy of Sciences, the American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and the American Philosophical Society Encyclopedia of World Biography.


    1. Shaun and his mom were baking a strawberry rhubarb pie using garden rhubarb and my mother s recipe, and I was hungry Dinner could not be made because the kitchen was in use, and I would eat half a pie if I didn t eat something before it was done, so I formulated a plan to eat a calzone from Calabrias Execution of my plan was interrupted by an unexpected Father s day closing of that establishment, so I reformulated and headed towards Spak The GPAC door was open, so I dropped in an chatted with Ni [...]

    2. Hen z Levi Strauss la tan mad ysan z Mit ve Anlam ok uygun bir kitap Belki biraz g z korkutuyor olabilir ama bu t rde okuyabilece iniz en ak c kitaplardan birisi bence Antropoloji ile veya sosyoloji ile hi ilgili de ilseniz bile bu kitapta zerine d necek bir eyler bulabilece inizi d n yorum Kitap benim i in amac na ula t , kafamda farkl farkl bir s r d nce var ve hepsi de birbirine kar t Levi Strauss bir yerlerde beni g r yorsa k k r k k r g l yordur eminim Ben Levi Straus un yazar, d n r, tart [...]

    3. First things first I need to learn French I think everybody should learn French And Russian Myth and Meaning is a slim compilation of 5 essays of Claude Levi Strauss On subjects such as primitive thinking vs scientific modern thinking, mythology when it becomes history, mythology and musicd so on.Levi Strauss was a staunch believer in diversity of cultures, although in his work as a structuralist, he states that everything, however diverse, including mythologies, can be reduced to a lowest commo [...]

    4. Kitap CBC Radyosu nda yay nlanan uzunca bir s yle iden derlenmi Zaten minicik bir kitap, mitler zerine ok fazla bilgi i ermiyor ama modern insan bunlar nereye oturtmal , hangi k staslar er evesinde de erlendirmeli, nas l yorumlamal gibi sorulara cevap ar yor Hayatla, m zikle, mitlerle alakal ok g zel d nceleri de bizlerle payla yor Harika, ka rmay n z.

    5. This book consists of five talks given on the CBC Radio series Ideas in December 1977, with a short introduction from religious scholar Wendy Doniger from the University of Chicago The names of the lectures themselves won t provide but the barest of insight into the material that Levi Strauss covers, but since there are only five, I will name them here They are 1 The Meeting of Myth and Science, 2 Primitive Thinking and the Civilized Mind, 3 Harelips and Twins The Splitting of Myth, 4 When Myth [...]

    6. Un acercamiento a la importancia del mito en nuestra cultura, as como la influencia que hoy en d a todav a tiene en la sociedad moderna.L vi Strauss explora en Mito y Significado c mo la historia y sus acontecimientos algunas veces se han disfrazado de leyenda, lo dif cil que es a veces discernir entre una cosa u otra y el papel de transmisor de los hechos hist ricos a trav s del mito.

    7. Ekitap.Claude un bir radyo program nda al malar hakk ndaki sorulara, ak c ve sizi yabanc la t racak bir terminoloji kullanmadan verdi i cevaplar i eriyor Mit ve Anlam ok lg n da bir ns z var kitab n ba nda, G khan Yavuz Demir e sayg lar.

    8. The purpose of this book is to serve as an introduction to the thinking of Claude Levi Strauss, a French anthropologist who is apparently quite legendary, though I personally had never heard of him before This is done by having the author answer questions related to what he writes about, which I think is a really good approach The expertise of Levi Strauss was in examining mythology, in particular that of indigenous North and South American peoples.At first I was expecting just another Joseph Ca [...]

    9. I never had, and still do not have, the perception of feeling my personal identity I appear to myself as the place where something is going on, but there is no I , no me Each of us is a kind of crossroads where things happen The crossroads is purely passive something happens there A different thing, equally valid, happens elsewhere There is no choice, it is just a matter of chance Did you happen to feel like you want to cry because something is very exciting and good this happens to me every tim [...]

    10. This was a fun read It s a tiny little book, and the writing is straightforward and easy to understand I love his ideas about myth, about how they re like music, how both myth and music diverge from language and why A good primer for his theories.

    11. No rating because I read it for school thought this one is kinda interesting even for those who are not in History anthropology D

    12. Interesting read However, if I didn t read it for my mythology class I wouldn t have got nearly as much out of it It was a good accompaniment to what we ve been doing though.

    13. In order for a culture to be really itself and to produce something, the culture and its members must be convinced of their originality and even, to some extent, of their superiority over the others it is only under conditions of under communciation that it can produce anything We are now threatened with the prospect of our being only consumers, able to consume anything from any point in the world and from every culture, but of losing all originality 20 Observations like this abound in Myth and [...]

    14. As part of a course in mythology, this book would be powerful than it is when read in isolation.The great anthropologist gives all too few examples to back up his theories After a solid foreward Wendy Doniger, we are treated to what are essentially the cleaned up transcripts of radio talks Levi Strauss gave in 1977 If you can make it through the first third, you will find the last two thirds much stronger, with nuggets of wisdom sprinkled throughout and insight added when he tests his theories [...]

    15. Myth and Meaning is not the survey or gloss of L vi Strauss thought that I hoped it would be Rather, it is a Zen like series of observations on how the great anthropologist conceived of the subjects, mixing hope for scientific progress which L vi Strauss saw as growing increasingly comprehensive and ultimately embracing the meanings that pre literate societies gave to physical phenomena with blunt realizations that history has replaced myth as literacy has replaced oral transmission The most po [...]

    16. The great thing about moving it that one has to look at all one s books again In some cases treasures can be discovered that one has forgotten that one owns Such was the case with this book Myth and Meaning Cracking the Code of Culture and when it was unpacked in its new home, I placed it on my bedside table to make sure that it did not get buried again before I got to read it.It is a series of short essays which evolved from a series of talks which he wrote and spoke for CBC Radio in English It [...]

    17. One of my friends who is an anthropologist introduced this book to me and I should thank her a lot I really love it, a short and impressive book about the main ideas of one the greatest people in the field Also the language of the book is easy to understand due to the fact that it is taken from an English interview with Levi Strauss His approach regarding to myth appeals me a lot, e.g when he insisted on not calling the people in the old era primitive and prefer to use without writing , as well [...]

    18. Levi Strauss calls himself a structuralist and he is, seeing beyond the surface to the simple, hidden anatomy of all kinds of disparate things which in the end prove not to be so disparate after all The value of reading people like this is in that they teach you new ways to think, they are never satisfied with the first and most simple reason for events that we all know, deep down, isn t quite as true as we would like it to be As someone who writes novels, there is an interesting idea in one of [...]

    19. Well, it s a 3 4 stars depending how you judge it.I picked up this book because I was thinking to get some Levi Strauss books that were big and expensive and this seemed a good way to judge him since it s cheap and small Its small size is an advantage You can finish it before you get tired Personally I just had it with the things I take when going downtown with the bus and read a few lines each time Not tiring at all Most of the chapters are really interesting too What greatly surpirsed is that [...]

    20. Today, we use less and we use of our mental capacity than we did in the past We have sacrificed perceptual capabilities for other mental abilities to concentrate on a computer screen while sitting in a cubicle for many hours at a stretch something those Indians would find utterly impossible and incredible , or to shut off multiple levels of awareness as we drive a car in heavy traffic In other words, we are brought up within a system that teaches us to postpone, defer, and eliminate most incomi [...]

    21. An excellent explanation of how to understand mythology This work fits into the structuralist tradition, advocating the idea that myths should only be understood in relation to each other, rather than isolating them Contrasts myth and music in their departure from language music stresses sound, where myth stresses meaning Myth in his work is seen as a way of expressing things that we now express through science and history.

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