Structuralism and Since: From LÚvi Strauss to Derrida
Oxford University Press, 1979 - Medical - 190 pages
This book considers the work of five French thinkers closely associated with structuralism, and offers a reasoned and positive presentation of an important body of contemporary thought.
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Claude LeviStrauss by Dan Sperber
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