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Rethinking the Subject


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Foreword -- A Note on the Editing -- Credits -- Introduction -- Cultured Bodies -- Structures, Habitus, Practices -- Gender and Identity in the New Guinea Highlands -- Discipline -- Matters and Ideas -- Politics Unbound -- Progress Exposed as Fate? -- Modernity and the Planes of Historicity -- The Totalitarian Disease -- Individualism and the Ideology of Romantic Love -- The Contemporary Codification of Intimacy -- Acts and Reasons -- Communicative Versus Subject-Centered Reason -- The Contemporary Pragmatics of Scientific Knowledge -- Economies and Societies -- Post-Industrial Classes -- On Consumer Society

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James D. Faubion is a professor in the department of anthropology at Rice University . James D. Faubion is a professor in the department of anthropology at Rice University.

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