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Document Type:BL
Record Number:105967
Doc. No:b63516
Main Entry:Bloch, Maurice.
Title & Author:Anthropology and the cognitive challenge /Maurice Bloch.
Series Statement :New departures in anthropology
Page. NO:ix, 234 pages :illustrations ;23 cm
ISBN:9780521803557 (hardback)
0521803551 (hardback)
9780521006156 (paperback)
0521006155 (paperback)
Bibliographies/Indexes:Includes bibliographical references (pages 218-229) and index.
Contents:1. Why anthropologists cannot avoid cognitive issues and what they gain from these -- 2. Innateness and social scientists' fears -- 3. How anthropology abandoned a naturalist epistemology: a cognitive perspective on the history of anthropology -- 4. The nature/culture wars -- 5. Time and the anthropologists -- 6. Reconciling social science and cognitive science notions of the 'self' -- 7. What goes without saying -- 8. Memory.
Abstract:"In this provocative new study one of the world's most distinguished anthropologists proposes that an understanding of cognitive science enriches, rather than threatens, the work of social scientists. Maurice Bloch argues for a naturalist approach to social and cultural anthropology, introducing developments in cognitive sciences such as psychology and neurology and exploring the relevance of these developments for central anthropological concerns: the person or the self, cosmology, kinship, memory and globalisation. Opening with an exploration of the history of anthropology, Bloch shows why and how naturalist approaches were abandoned and argues that these once valid reasons are no longer relevant. Bloch then shows how such subjects as the self, memory and the conceptualisation of time benefit from being simultaneously approached with the tools of social and cognitive science. Anthropology and the Cognitive Challenge will stimulate fresh debate among scholars and students across a wide range of disciplines"--
Subject:Cognition and culture.
Subject:Anthropology.
Subject:Ethnopsychology.
Subject:SOCIAL SCIENCE / Anthropology / Physical.
Dewey Classification:‭153‬
LC Classification:‭GN502‬‭.B538 2012‬