Dissolution of subject and ecological catastrophe in Levi-Strauss
This article presents a reading of the major texts of Claude Levi-Strauss, from Tristes Tropiques to Mythologics through The Savage Mind, linking the theme of the dissolution of the subject with the horizon of an ecological catastrophe that orients its development. Subjectivity is described with the remains of structural analysis as a testimony of societies in a process of re-composition.
CNRS, Le musee du quai Branly, Paris, France
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