|AUTOR||H. L. Seneviratne (a cura di)|
|DATEINAME||The anthropologist and the native. Essay for gananath obeyesekere.pdf|
“How I became an Anthropologist” Prof. Gananath Obeyesekere by kathika. The keynote address delivered on sociology day in 2015 at the University of Peradeniya, and elsewhere published as In Praise of Foolishness (with Apologies to Erasmus).In this essay he reflects back on his own works.In Praise of Foolishness (with Apologies to Erasmus).In this So with the Hawaiians' (p. 91). According to Obeyesekere, the anthropologist (here represented by Sahlins) fails either to recognise or acknowledge the subtle distinctions that a native might make among different uses of a word like 'Siva' or 'Lono' (pp. 21-22). On the basis of this claim one would never imagine Sahlins to be have argued, The Debate About The Myth Of Apotheosis History Essay. One of the most famous and defining anthropological debates concerns the death of Captain James Cook, the British discoverer of Hawaii and the eastern Australian coast. The discourse surrounding his death is associated with the understanding of religious rituals and historical events.