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One of the key texts of structuralism: "The importance of Claude Levi-Strauss's work extends well beyond the boundaries of his own discipline: social anthropology. On January 5th, 1960, he delivered his inaugural lecture as a Professor at the College de France. In this address, a pivotal statement made at the zenith of his career, Levi-Strauss looks back to his work on kinship, forward to his research on myths, and defines anthropology both as a philosophy and as a method. No one-student, teacher, or general reader-can afford to ignore this blueprint for a revolution in the social sciences."
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levi-strauss' address in the institution of the chair of social anthropology in the college de france...very accessible intro to his thought, midway in his career..