Monthly Archives: August 2016

WHY BOWING SAVED THE WORLD

On bowing ‘while bending our fate’ antropologist Robert Keesing writes, in a paper from 1978 recently republished as ‘classical’, about anxiety, influencing existential fate and ‘devotional surrendering’ in human ritual (On not understanding symbols 2012): …To be emotionally caught up

Posted in Applied Mythology

Cirkelend ‘terugploegend’ leren

‘JE ZIET HET PAS ALS JE HET DOOR HEBT’ (Johan Cruijff; voetballer en artiest) Onlangs (mei 2016) vroeg een therapeute/student in de 1-jarige opleiding transculturele systeem benadering van het Marjon Arends Instituut Amsterdam, om iets meer te vertellen over ‘handelend

Posted in Applied Mythology, Applying Anthropology, Clinical Anthropology, Cultural Selfreflection, Epistemology, Improvising Systematically, Organisms as Selfcorrective Systems, Practical Mythology, Research Practices, Systematically Getting Lost

THERE IS NEED TO ACCOUNT FOR TASTE

Sorry, this entry is only available in Dutch.

Posted in Applied Mythology, Cultural Selfreflection, Dominating & Subjecting, Practical Mythology

Beyond Ethnography lies Thick Rhyzomatic Thinking

Ethnography & Thick Description are two major shibboleths in contemporise anthropology. In hundreds of publications we tried to solve riddles of sphinxs which are only fascinating to ourselves as anthropologists. Writing, ethnography & thick description is not the key to

Posted in Applied Mythology, Applying Anthropology, Cultural Selfreflection, Epistemology, Improvising Systematically, Practical Mythology, Research Practices, Systematically Getting Lost

Falling Down and the Anxiety of Falling Apart

Sorry, this entry is only available in Dutch.

Posted in Applied Mythology, Clinical Anthropology, Cultural Selfreflection, Practical Mythology

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