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Edward Sapir, Francis Zimmermann
Anthropologie
Anthropology
Bibliothèque idéale des sciences sociales
Edward Sapir is undoubtedly one of the most important anthropologists of the early 20th century. Long before the development of structural anthropology, Sapir formulated the philosophy of structuralism and laid the foundations of a general science of behaviour.



Marie Gautheron, Claire Merleau-Ponty
Tohu Bohu



Adam Ferguson, Patrick Vieu
Essai sur l'histoire de la société civile
Traduction, introduction, notes et index par Patrick Vieu
La croisée des chemins



Henri Ellenberger, Emmanuel Delille
Ethno-psychiatrie
Ethno-psychiatry
Sociétés, Espaces, Temps
Henri Ellenberger's ethnopsychiatry is the first synthesis in the French language on this hybrid discipline at the crossroads of psychiatry and ethnology, which has met with tremendous success in recent decades. This body of work is of great interest within the history of medicine, humanities, and social sciences.



Anne Jarrigeon
Gerland
État de lieux
Hors Collection



Anne Monjaret, Catherine Pugeault
Le sexe de l'enquête
Approches sociologiques et anthropologiques
Sociétés, Espaces, Temps



Violaine Anger
"Sonate, que me veux-tu ?"
"Sonate, what do you mean to me ?"
Pour penser une histoire du signe
Elements to a history of the sign
Signes
How can a music signify without text ? Instead of having a definite perspective, the book reconstructs the debates that happened. It elaborates families of thought and integrates the problem of the performer. Thus it opens the way to a comparative analysis of the styles, in their relation to an anthropology.



Arnaud Bernadet, Philippe Payen de la Garanderie
Traduire-écrire
Translating-Writing
cultures, poétiques, anthropologie
cultures, poetics, anthropology
Signes
This collective book deals with literary translation, be it the very experience of translating or its theory. "Literature" is considered here as a critical expression of artistic worth and a specific view on languages, both of which reveal not only the formal but also the cultural and political stakes of translation.