"Edward Said once remarked that fields remain alive so long as their perennial problems attract the interest of scholars. That observers affect what they see is not news in the social sciences (see, for example, Alfred Shutz's Phenomenology of…"
"On the face of it, this is an excellent argument, but digging a little deeper one has to wonder
How do we ever communicate with other people if we live in totally different worlds? Having lived for over thirty years in Japan, once described by Ruth…"
"P.S. I should ad re Francois Jullien's The Propensity of Things that one way to think of what he is up to is to imagine the world as a game of go instead of a game of chess. Where chess is all about the pieces, how they move and which…"
Your project is an extraordinary, and to me exciting one. But I need a little help here. Could you say a bit more about your current sense of the relationship between "E. Viveiros De Castro's thoughts on 'taking…"