Conceptualizing Society. For a century, European social anthropology has been one of the most stimulating and creative influences within the social sciences. Social theory has had to grapple with the varieties of human experience reported by ethnographers; and out of their ethnographic experience, social anthropologists have constructed unique theoretical insights. The contributors to this volume, leading figures in European social anthropology today, reanimate this great tradition. They confront the models current in the social sciences with the diverse, often exotic, experiences and models of their subjects. But if the broad project is accepted, theoretical strategies are the subject of urgent debate.

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The first of six volumes of papers from the first conference of the European Association of Social Anthropologists held in the summer of in Coimbra, Portugal. Book Cover; Title; Contents; List of contributors; Preface; Introduction; Towards greater naturalism in conceptualizing societies; The global ecumene as a network of networks; Comparison, a universal for anthropology:; Parts and wholes: refiguring relationships in; Societies of nature and the nature of society; What goes without saying: the conceptualization; Name index; Subject index.

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