Etics and Emics (Not to Mention Anemics and Emetics) in the History of the Sciences

@article{Jardine2004EticsAE,
  title={Etics and Emics (Not to Mention Anemics and Emetics) in the History of the Sciences},
  author={N. Jardine},
  journal={History of Science},
  year={2004},
  volume={42},
  pages={261 - 278}
}
In1954 Kenneth Pike distinguished etics, the application of our theories in analysing others' behaviour and institutions, from emics, the interpretation of others' worlds as they appear to them.' Pike's distinction memorably travestied by Gerald D. Berreman as cold, distanced, scientistic anemics versus sympathetic, engaged, intuitive emetics has occasioned prolonged and heated debate among anthropologists.' What are the limits of ernie interpretation and etic analysis? Should etics or emics… Expand

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