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Frases de Claude Lévi-Strauss (44 citações) | Citações e frases famosas
While I complain of being able to glimpse no more than the shadow of the past, I may be insensitive to reality as it is taking shape at this very moment, since I have not reached the stage of development at which I would be capable of perceiving it. The Apotheosis of Augustus, p.
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But how long it has taken me to make up my mind to do so! It displaces us physically and also — for better or for worse — takes us out of our class context, so that the colour and flavour of certain places cannot be dissociated from the always unexpected social level on which we find ourselves in experiencing them.
Michel Onfray 7 Autores parecidos John Maynard Keynes Not only does a journey transport us over enormous distances, it also causes us to move a few degrees up or down in the social scale. I hate travelling and explorers.
Renata Sorrah 1 – It is straus fifteen years since I left Brazil for the last time and all during this period I have often planned to undertake the present work but on each occasion a sort of shame and repugnance prevented me from making a start.
Being unconcerned with ultimate purposes, they are inseparable from the persons and interests of their masters, and shine with their reflected glory. Why, I asked myself, should I give a detailed account parebtesco so many trivial circumstances and insignificant happenings?
A few hundred years hence, in this same place, another traveller, as despairing as myself, will mourn the disappearance of what I might have seen, but failed to see. Adventure has no place in the anthropologists profession; it is merely one of those unavoidable drawbacks, which detract from his effective work through the incidental loss of weeks or months; there are hours of inaction when the informant is not available; periods of hunger, exhaustion, sickness perhaps; and always the thousand and one dreary tasks which eat away the days to no purpose and reduce dangerous living in the heart of the virgin forest to an imitation of military service … The fact that so much effort and expenditure has to be wasted on reaching the object of our studies bestows no value on that aspect of our profession, and should be seen rather as its negative side.
The police are not entrusted with a mission which differentiates them from those they serve.
The truths which we seek so far afield only become valid when we have separated them from this dross. Yet here I am proposing ss tell the story of my expeditions.