Venkatesan, Soumhya, Martin, Keir, Scott, Michael W., Pinney, Christopher, Ssorin-Chaikov, Nikolai, Cook, Joanna and Strathern, Marilyn
The group for debates in anthropological theory (GDAT), The University of Manchester: the 2011 annual debate - non-dualism is philosophy not ethnography.
Critique of Anthropology, 33
Does the concept of non-dualism have ethnographic purchase or is it mainly of philosophical interest? This article comprises the edited presentation and discussions of the 2011 GDAT debate on the motion ‘Non-dualism is Philosophy not Ethnography’. The debaters proposing the motion were Michael Scott and Nikolai Ssorin-Chaikov. They were opposed by Christopher Pinney and Joanna Cook. Marilyn Strathern acted as jester – playfully and rigorously engaging with all four speakers. The presentations and the discussions that followed were wide ranging, lively and stimulating.
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