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Not Bad Reviews blakerosser The former are “primitive,” even though this implies that they need to progress to “civilized.
Arqueologia da Violência (compilado de artigos) – Pierre Clastres
In other words, primitive war is a means to a political end. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. The introduction was so full of jargon I eventually skipped it and I also skipped his criticism on Marxist anthropology, simply since it wasn’t giving me anything.
Also see de Castro’s very stimulating introduction.
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Some literature to continue on this path: Open Preview See a Problem? Every society from the “primitive” kingships of Africa to the most totalitarian Nazi Reich including our democracies have been this “divided” society, a society with a State, where people voluntarily give up their freedom.
Always thought-provoking and intellectually stimulating, and with a clear writing style a rarity in the world of academe. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Jun 02, Aung Sett Kyaw Min rated it liked it.
Archeology of Violence by Pierre Clastres
It is this upsetting of the balance of power that engendered the inequality to be found in more highly structured societies, and not an initial economic disparity as argued by the Marxist school of thought. Lists with This Book. He begins by undoing old answers to the question, why war? Vanessa rated it liked it Jan 13, The essential question which Clastres sought to answer was: It results that the essays gradually divulge more on the topic, and build on what you’ve already read, so you feel like their order is a logical progression, even though vlolncia was published several years apart during the 70s and early 80s.
Only by waging war with other tribes can they maintain the dispersion and autonomy of each group. It is not only the effect, but the goal: A must for anyone who wants to think about the big questions, such as the origins and development of violence and ethnocide. Published December 1st by Semiotext e first published December 1st Thanks for telling us about the problem.
Assuming all societies began this way, how did the first divided society arise? In the same way, tribal chiefs are not all-powerful; to the contrary, they are rendered weak in order to remain dependent on the community. ILikeEarlyKyary rated it it was amazing Nov 18, He is best known for his fieldwork among the Guayaki in Paraguay and his theory on stateless societies.
Lucas Fonseca rated it really liked it Jan 26, Too much tension and uncertainty, and he never even comes close to suggesting that we should return to such a way of life. Since I am reading political anthropology to get a clearer anarchist view on the development of state and other institutionalized hierarchy I know that Clastres is a pioneer and important, and quite readable also. The Western illusion of human nature as either grim and savage bad or noble and harmonious good still has not recovered from the shock of Pierre Clastres’ work.
Clastres does indeed come across as defensive of these societies, but he is defending them against the academic arrogance that allows people to consider them “pre-civilized,” when in reality their societies seem to be almost as sophisticated, just in another direction. The two last essays, the title one and the ravishingly titled ‘Sorrows of the Savage Warrior’, make up his start on a work about primitive war, unfortunately lost to us.
Also, it is not so much a hypothesis of human nature as it is about a way of organizing society. These “savages” are shrewd political minds who resist in advance any attempt at “globalization. Marianna Borges rated it it was amazing Jul 14, The state is seen as but a specific constellation of hierarchical power peculiar only to societies who have failed to maintain these mechanisms which prevent separation from happening.
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This book is not yet featured on Listopia. He separates societies into undivided and divided societies. For another they are wedded to death. And their absolutely pessimistic description of the world was met with the general acceptance of the Indians who listened to them. Be the first to ask a question about Archeology of Violence. Feb 24, Andrew rated it liked arrqueologia.