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Traurige Tropen

Traurige Tropen Traurige Tropen meint das Aussterben der primitiven Kulturen in ihrer Konfrontation mit dem zivilisatorischen sogenannten Fortschritt mit seiner imperialistischen Zerst rungswut und seinen Krankheit

  • Title: Traurige Tropen
  • Author: Claude Lévi-Strauss
  • ISBN: 9783518278406
  • Page: 210
  • Format: Paperback
  • Traurige Tropen meint das Aussterben der primitiven Kulturen in ihrer Konfrontation mit dem zivilisatorischen sogenannten Fortschritt , mit seiner imperialistischen Zerst rungswut und seinen Krankheiten in diesem Falle das Aussterben der Indianerv lker im Mato Grosso Brasilien , zu denen Levi Strauss mehrere ausgedehnte, ebenso abenteuerliche wie gef hrliche Expedi Traurige Tropen meint das Aussterben der primitiven Kulturen in ihrer Konfrontation mit dem zivilisatorischen sogenannten Fortschritt , mit seiner imperialistischen Zerst rungswut und seinen Krankheiten in diesem Falle das Aussterben der Indianerv lker im Mato Grosso Brasilien , zu denen Levi Strauss mehrere ausgedehnte, ebenso abenteuerliche wie gef hrliche Expeditionen unternahm.

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    1. What kind of travel memoir starts with a section titled "An End to Journeying" and the opening line "I hate traveling and explorers"?Tristes Tropiques is more than an ironic sneer at travelers who only want to be seen or to show off. It is not just a memoir, a travelogue or a work of anthropology, but rather all of these things. It is a study of how travels change us.The book starts off with the author's early life and claustrophobic education in France (complete with 'beet-headed' professors) b [...]

    2. Hadrian has written a nice review of this fascinating book, and I will simply refer the reader to his comments (/review/show).I add only that this is not an academic book, but a memoir and reflexion - a work that will appeal primarily to the literary reader -- a hymn to Rousseau's bon sauvage (a phrase, btw, that J.-J. never actually uses), and a nostalgic ode to the vanishing simplicity and goodness of Mana Man, not as yet corrupted by corrosiveness of civilization. Of course, for Lévi-Strauss [...]

    3. حتى أنت يا صاحب المداريات الحزينة ما هو التحضر و ما هو التخلف؟ من الذي يقرر و ما هو المعيار؟ ما الذي يجعل تقليدا إنسانيا متحضرا و آخر متخلفا؟هل من يوتوبيا لمجتمع بشري يكون المعيار الذي يقاس عليه؟ المجتمعات الغربية التي يروج لها في عصرنا الحاضر على أنها أكثر الأشكال تحضرا، هل [...]

    4. Không muốn bước chân vào lĩnh vực dân tộc học, nhân chủng học, tôi chỉ tình cờ nhìn thấy quyển sách này trên một hiệu sách ở Nguyễn Xí khi đang đi cùng một cô gái những ngày trước khi tôi đi du học. Cô ấy muốn tặng tôi một quyển sách, và tôi chọn quyển này, có lẽ vì cái tên của nó, gợi đến xứ ở Việt Nam quê hương mình, cũng có thể vì tác giả của nó, một nhà dân tộc học r [...]

    5. Một cuốn sách du hành - khảo cứu nhưng lại được viết bằng những câu văn thuộc hàng đẹp nhất mà một nhà văn thực sự có thể viết ra được. Một cuốn sách có thể đọc để hiểu biết về những xã hội khác nhưng cũng có thể đơn giản đọc để thưởng văn.

    6. يلي صار معو برحلتو ما بقل أهمية عن المعلومات يلي جمعهاوقراءتي للكتاب كانت بس بهدف التزكيز على فكرة الجسد فما اهتميت كتير للحكي عن الثقافة أو المجتمعات إلا تحت إطار الجسد

    7. I don't think I can say it any better than SS: "Tristes Tropiques is one of the great books of our century. It is rigorous, subtle, and bold in thought. It is beautifully written. And, like all great books, it bears an absolutely personal stamp; it speaks with a human voice."_______________________________________Only forty pages in and I already sense that this will be one of the best books I've read in the last five years:I wished I had lived in the days of real journeys, when it was still pos [...]

    8. I can't say I'm a fan of Levi-Strauss' anthropological theory, by and large. I find it to be generalistic and, while it makes broad claims about innate human nature, it provides no scientific data to back these claims up. I do like his idea of bricolage, though, and it's the bricolage that really shines through.This is because Tristes Tropiques, is, far more than an anthropological work, a memoir, dealing with a flight from the Third Reich takeover of France, the twilight of tribal society in '5 [...]

    9. "Every effort to understand destroys the object studied favor of another object of a different nature;this second object requires from us a new effortwhich destroys it in favor of a third, and so on and so forth until we reach the one lasting presence, the point at which the distinction between meaning and the absence of meaning disappears: the same point from which we began."

    10. Obwohl klar war, dass dieses Buch, da in meiner Bibliothek, irgendwann gelesen werden wird, so war der akute Anlass es jetzt zu tun das Sammeln von Zitaten über Feldforschung für ein Projekt. Und obwohl ich nicht unbedingt an Ethnologie im engeren Sinne (also Begebenheiten von indigenen Völkern) interessiert war, so war das Buch dennoch ein außerordentlich und überraschender Genuss. Man sieht wieder, was für Vorteile es hat, wenn man grundsätzlich ohne Erwartungen durchs Leben geht :-)Obw [...]

    11. Écrit magistralement à la jonction de la littérature, de l'autobiographie, de la science et de la philosophie, ce livre compte parmi ceux que j'ai le plus apprécié.Lévi-Strauss, c’est le type idéal de l’intellectuel écrivain du XXe siècle, dont le discours englobe en virtuose la philosophie, l’art et la science. Ce sera par le biais de l’anthropologie, science encore toute neuve qui demandait à être, et en empruntant de manière heuristique la notion de structure à la linguis [...]

    12. Desde un punto de vista estrictamente literario, Lévi-Strauss le gana a Sebald en su propio terreno. Esa perspectiva viene al caso porque la mente de L.S. es una gran biblioteca. Una en la que se reprocha silenciosamente a quien hace mucho ruido afirmando la primacía de tal o cual cosa en particular. A pesar de eso, no hay pedantería. La bibliografía es escueta, lo ajeno y no registrado recibe un gran respeto, y cuando L.S. tiene que elegir algún interlocutor, se limita a Montaigne y a los [...]

    13. Este é um daqueles livros que nos engana pela sua complexidade. Apesar de ter colocado este livro na "gaveta da literatura de Viagem" é muito mais que isso.Lévi-Strauss é um antropólogo francês que nos desconstrói completamente não só o estereótipo do antropólogo, como nos deflaciona a noção de viagem. Existem a meu ver, três questões fundamentais neste livro:(1) O ódio de viajar;(2) A ideia de Viajar como um regresso;(3) E o que é a antropologia para o nosso autor (e por isso, [...]

    14. يبدو إنجاز ليفي وكأنه رواية حزينة للمفاهيم بين المجتمعات الحارة والباردة والتقدم والتخلف - فكرة التشويه والعري بين الحضارات من وجهات فكرية مختلفة وبالطبع لا ننسى العلامة الكاملة لمقدمة الدكتور فيصل دراج - لكن وقع ليفي في تناقض خطير بين مقولته كانثربولوجي لا يمكن أن يصل الى [...]

    15. uno de los mejores libros que leí en mi vida. el termino "non fiction" carece de sentido: es una puta obra de arte.levi strauss llega hasta los confines del amazonas en busca de la esencia de las sociedades humanas. Su análisis sobre la decadencia del nuevo mundo tiene un efecto contradictorio. al intentar desmitificar lo que observaba, el autor describe, relata y teoriza con tal lucidez que finalmente logra lo contrario: la generación de mitos nuevosdos tienen que leerlo.

    16. A classic work or book by Claude Levi-Strauss, one of the leading guys who studied other guys from other cultures. This book is about guys from Brazil. But really he's a master and a wonderful writer. A travel writer of sorts who is really smart. Dig?

    17. Transcendent. Long stretches of anthropological description that can feel like a chore, but his insights into the world are so arresting it's worth it.

    18. Rather an important book. "A seeming gallimaufry" of anthropological excursions (delightfully short of the appallingly academic), memoirs, travel writing, philosophies, lyrical passages, eccentric digressions; all mixed together in a fine and meaty stew -- if sometimes a bit overcooked. The discussion of cultural relativism was intriguing as Levi-Strauss seems to take issue with the most extreme expressions that this has followed. The final chapters are oddly problematic -- they attempt to be si [...]

    19. Alternately fascinating and mind-numbingly self-indulgent. A real mixed bag of brilliance mixed with inane tedium. The most interesting bits were obviously about the Brazilian expeditions. The digressions into South Asia and elsewhere, with dark discourses about Islam, etc just seemed off and muddle-headed. Still, worthwhile to see Levi-Strauss chronicling his journey toward becoming an anthropologist.

    20. levi-strauss é gênio. crítico, ácido, divertido. o livro narra as desventuras dele no brasil para entrar em contato com tribos da região central. reflete sobre a elite brasileira, a formação da elite intelectual francesa, hábitos indígenas e sobre como fazer etnologia. um dos melhores livros q já li. maravilhoso.

    21. Claude Levi-Strauss (1908-2008) was a renowned French anthropologist and practitioner of Structuralism. From 1935-'39, he traveled to Brazil to teach sociology at the University of Sao Paulo, during which he conducted anthropological research on Indian tribes living deep in the largely unexplored Brazilian interior. This is the subject of Tristes Tropiques ('The Sad Tropics') published some twenty years later in France and subsequently garnering much international fanfare, cementing the author's [...]

    22. Well written and full of very insightful observations. Unfortunately, the two chapters at the end that focussed on South Asia didn't really gel with the preceding lengthy account of his work in Brazil. A worthwhile read though, for sure

    23. I have been trying to get through this book for probably at least a year now, though I'm not sure. I finally finished it two days ago. I know I'm sometimes prone to fits of enthusiasm and I might change my mind about this, but I think it's one of the greatest things I've ever read. Lévi-Strauss was clearly an extraordinary thinker, extremely well-read, restless, creative, morally sensitive, funny, and painfully self-aware. The final chapter, in which he begins musing over the moral implications [...]

    24. No hay mucho para decir. Es un clásico total de un autor impresionante. Hay momentos que son espectaculares, pero tenés que comerte algunos momentos tediosos.Apto para no antropólogos, hasta cierto punto.Quizás mi lectura fue más estética. Uno no espera encontrar teorías válidas sino más bien inspiraciones generales y cierto disfrute en cómo un tipo puede conectar ideas de forma tan fluida y poder combinar, de alguna forma, y a modo de ejemplo, los templos hindúes con ciertos pueblos [...]

    25. In this book, Claude Levi-Strauss reveals himself to be a great stylist of the French language as he recounts his life in Brazil during WWII where he fled to escape the Nazis. He travels through the deep jungles of the like the mythical wandering jew speculating on the course that humanity has taken. He observes that it is possible for a society to go directly from barbarism to decadence without passing through civilization.Claude Levi-Strauss discovers no tribes untouched by modern man and con [...]

    26. From the father of structural anthropology, the account of his field work in the jungles of Brazil. The first section, An End To Journeying, begins "I hate traveling and explorers." I consider his Savage Mind a prerequisite.

    27. Można narzekać na niektóre fragmenty i brak pisarskiego kunsztu, ale są tu momenty, po których ciężko zasnąć i choćby dla tych rozkminek warto.

    28. One of my stars is for the drawings. I get a feeling he orders his thoughts with them before there are words, and he's tuned into this. Or maybe that's just my brain on mana.

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