Myth and Meaning

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Routledge, 2001 - Anthropology - 48 pages
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In addresses written for a wide general audience, one of the twentieth century's most prominent thinkers, Claude L├ęvi-Strauss, here offers the insights of a lifetime on the crucial questions of human existence. Responding to questions as varied as 'Can there be meaning in chaos?', 'What can science learn from myth?' and 'What is structuralism?', L├ęvi-Strauss presents, in clear, precise language, essential guidance for those who want to learn more about the potential of the human mind.

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Claude LÚvi-Strauss (1908- ). Anthropologist, who became the most prominent exponent of structuralism.

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