Structural Anthropology by Claude Lévi-Strauss

This book serves as an introduction to structural anthropology, a field that focuses on human societies and cultures as systems of meaning. The author explores various topics such as kinship, mythology, and art, using a structuralist approach to understand the underlying patterns and structures that govern human behavior and thought. By analyzing different cultures, the author demonstrates how seemingly disparate elements can be understood in relation to each other within a larger system, providing profound insights into the nature of human society and culture.

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