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Two simple questions regarding cultural anthropology

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  • Iurato, Giuseppe
Publication Date
Jan 01, 2016
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HAL-UPMC
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Abstract

Taking into account some notable recent neuroimaging researches, the first question we treat is a simple consideration of psychoanalytic anthropology which would suggest the existence of possible neurological bases to that fundamental psychoanalytic assumption which is the Freudian OEdipus complex. In such a manner, this first question so argued, is a very brief sketch which has been just thought simply to highlight this multidisciplinary interconnection that, among other things, gives a further corroboration of some chief principles of structural anthropology according to Lévi-Strauss. The second and final question, instead, deals with racism, trying to identify its early motivations and deep roots in the unconscious traces ontophylogenetically left by the so-called Rank's trauma of birth.

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