Here I concur with Marshall Sahlins, who convincingly shows how people order unusual events through mythopraxis and also how social structures facilitate individual agency.
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Anthropology and the Cognitive Challenge
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View Preview. Learn more Check out. ABSTRACT Anthropological theory has privileged consideration of the regularities of everyday life and has paid far less attention to irregular events that disrupt the social order. Citing Literature. Volume 40 , Issue 4 November Pages Related Information. Close Figure Viewer.
Bruner's Search for Meaning: A Conversation between Psychology and Anthropology
Bloch then shows how such subjects as the self, memory and the conceptualisation of time benefit from being simultaneously approached with the tools of social and cognitive science. Anthropology and the Cognitive Challenge will stimulate fresh debate among scholars and students across a wide range of disciplines.
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Reconciling social science and cognitive science notions. What goes without saying. Innateness and social scientists fears.