Claude Lévi-Strauss, a precursor?

  title={Claude L{\'e}vi-Strauss, a precursor?},
  author={Dan Sperber},
  journal={European Journal of Sociology},
  pages={309 - 314}
  • D. Sperber
  • Published 1 August 2008
  • Philosophy
  • European Journal of Sociology
Le comité de Rédaction de la revue a souhaité marquer le centenaire de Claude Lévi-Strauss par deux contributions qui, chacune à sa manière, témoignent de l’importance d’un maître dont, depuis un demi-siècle la pensée a influencé le devenir de toutes les sciences sociales. 

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