Bibliography from Cannibal Metaphysics

bill_gold_alienChapter three of Anti-Oedipus is perhaps the most under-valued section of the book. Not only does it provide a concrete typology for working through social formations, but it also demonstrates the working out Deleuze and Guattari’s promise of turning Freud (“the Adam Smith of psychology”) on his head. Just as Althusser noted that Hegel was turned on his by Marx, a move that restored the role of material constitution to the questions of German Idealist philosophy, D&G are interested in how anthropology identifies the ground from which the unconscious springs. The recently published English translation of Eduardo Viveiros de Castro’s Cannibal Metaphysics is a helpful reminder of the lost legacy of a Deleuzian anthropology. D&G’s work was largely taken up in the anglophone anthropologies going through the reflexive turn – their theories were used in the rather narrow methodological introspection of the Western self. Viveiro de Castro instead draws on the Lévi-Straussian tradition from which D&G themselves built their own anthropological argument in Anti-Oedipus.

Reproduced here is the list of anthropological texts in Viveiro de Castro’s Cannibal Metaphysics with publication dates from the years 2000-2008. They should serve as a helpful points of orientation for someone looking to see how Anti-Oedipus could be “updated” with more recent anthropology.

Almeida, Mauro (2008) “La formule canonique du mythe.” Lévi-Strauss: leituras brasileiras. RC de Queiroz and RF Nobre, eds. p 147-82. Belo Horizonte: Editora de UGMG.

Andrello, Geraldo (2006) Cidade do índio : transofmações e cotidiano em Iauaretê. São Paulo: Editora Unesp/NUTI.

Conklin, Beth A (2001) Consuming Grief: Compassionate Cannibalism in an Amazonian Society. Austin: University of Texas Press.

Descola, Philippe (2013) Beyond Nature and Culture. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Dumont, Louis (2006) An Introduction to Two Theories of Social Anthropology: Descent Groups and Marriage Alliance. New York: Berghahn Books.

Englung, Harri and James Leach (2000), “Ethnography and the Meta-Narratives of Modernity.” Current Anthropology 41 (2):225-48.

Favret-Saada, Jeanne (2000) “La-pensée-Lévi-Strauss.” Journal des anthropologues (82-83): 53-70.

Goldman, Marcio (2005) “Formas do saber e modos do ser: observações sobre multiplicidade e ontologia no candomblé.” Religião e Sociedade 25(2): 102-20.

Hamberger, Klaus (2004) “La pensée objectivée.” Lévis-Struass. M. Izard, ed. p339-46. Paris: Éditions de l’Herne.

Herzfeld, Michael (2001) “Orientations: Anthropology as a Practice of Theory.” Anthropology: Theoretical Practice in Culture and Society. M Herzfeld, ed. London: Blackwell.

Herzfeld, Michael (2003) “The Unspeakable in Pursuit of the Ineffable: Representations of Untranslatability in Ethnographic Discourse.” Translating Cultures: Perspectives on Translation and Anthropology. PG Rubel and A roman, eds. p 109-34. Oxford: Berg.

Holbraad, Martin (2003) “Estimando a necessidade: os oráculos de ifá e a verdade em Havana.” Mana 9(2):39-77.

Holbraad, Martin, and Rane Willerslev (2007) “(Afterword) Transcendental Perspectivism: Anonymous Viewpoints form Inner Asia.” Inner Asia 9(2):311-28.

Ignored, Tim (2000) The Perception of the Environment: Essays on Livelihood, Dwelling, and Skill. London: Rutledge.

Julien, François (2008) De l’universel, de l’uniforme, du commun et du dialogue entre les cultures. Paris: Fayard.

Julien, François, and Thierry Marchaisse (2000) Penser d’un dehors, la Chine: entretiens d’Extrême-Occident. Paris: Éditions du Suil.

Kohn, Eduardo, (2002) Natural Engagements and Ecological Aesthetics Among the Ávila Runa of Amazonian Ecuador. Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Anthology, University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Kohn, Eduardo (2005) “runa Realism: Upper Amazonian Attitudes to Nature Knowing.” Ethnos 70(2):171-96.

Kuper, Adam (2003) “The Return of the Native.” Current Anthropology 44(3):389-402.

Maniglier, Patrice (2000) “L’humanisme interminable de Lévi-Strauss.” Les Temps modernes 609: 216-41.

Maniglier, Patrice (2005a) “Des us et des signes. Lévi-Strauss: philosophie pratique” Revue de Metaphysique et de Morale 1/2005:89-108.

Maniglier, Patrice (2005b) “La parenté des autres. (À propos de Maurice Godelier, Metamorphoses de la parenté).” Critique 701, octobre 2005: 758-74.

Maniglier, Patrice (2006) La vie énigmatique des signes. Saussure et la naissance du structuralisme. Paris: Léo Scheer.

Maniglier, Patrice (2010) “The Structuralist Legacy.” The History of Continental Philosophy, vol 7, R Braidotti, ed. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Pedersen, Morten A (2001), “Totemism, Animism, and North Asian Indigenous Ontologies. “ Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 7 (3): 411-27.

Rodgers, David (2002), “A soma anômala: a questão do suplemento no examinado e menstruação ikpeng.” Mana 8(2):91-125.

Rodgers, David (2004) Foil. Unpublished MS.

Salmon, Gildas (2013) Les structures de l’esprit: Lévi-Struass et les mythes. Paris: Preses universitaires de France.

Schrempp, Gregory (2002) Magical Arrows: The Maori, the Greeks, an the Folklore of the Universe. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press.

Stasch, Rupert (2009) Society of Others; Kinship and Mourning in a West Papuan Place. Berkeley: University of California Press.

Strathern, Marilyn (2005) Kinship, Law, and the Unexpected: relatives Are Always a Surprise. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

Taylor, Anne-Christine (2000) “Le sexe de la proie: repréresentations jivaro du lien de parenté.” L’Home 154-155:309-34.

Taylor, Anne-Christine (2004) “Don Quichotte en Amerique.” Lévi-Strauss. M Izard, ed. p92-98. Paris: Éd. de L>herne.

Taylor, Anne-Christine (2009) Corps, sexe et parente: une perspective amazonienne. unpublished MS.

Taylor, Anne-Christine (n.d.) Perspectives de recherche: l’anthropologie du sujet. Unpublished MS.

Taylor, Anne-Christine, and Eduardo Viveiros de Castro (2006) “Un corps fait de regards.” Qu’est-ce qu’un corpse? (Afrique de l”ouest/Europe occidentale/Nouvelle-Guinée/Amazonie). S Breton, J-M Schaeffer, M Houseman, A-C Taylor, and E Viveiros de Castro, Eds. p 148-99. Paris; Musée du Quai-Branly/Flammarion.

Eduardo Viveiros de Castro (2001a) “A propriendade do conceito: sobre o plano de imanência amerindio.” XXV Encontro Annual da ANPOCS, Caxambu.

Eduardo Viveiros de Castro (2001b) “GUT Feeligns about Amazonia: Potential Affinity and the Construction of Sociality.” Beyond the Visible and the Material: The Amerinidianization of Society in the Work of Peter Rivière. L Rival and N Whitehead, eds. p 19-43. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Eduardo Viveiros de Castro (2002a) “Perspectivismo e multinaturalismo na América indígena.” A  inconstância da alma selvagem. o 345-99. São Paulo: Cosac & Naify.

Eduardo Viveiros de Castro (2002b) “O nativo relativo.” Mana 8(1): 113-48.

Eduardo Viveiros de Castro (2003) “And.” Manchester Papers in Social Anthropology 7:1-20.

Eduardo Viveiros de Castro (2004a) “Perspectival Anthropology and the Method of Controlled Equivocation.” Tipití 2(1):3-22.

Eduardo Viveiros de Castro (2004b) “Exchanging Perspectives: The Transformation of KObject into Subjects in Amerindian Cosmologies.” Common Knowledge 10(3):463-84.

Eduardo Viveiros de Castro (2006) “Une figure humaine peut cacher une affection-jaguar. Réponse à une question de Didier Muguet.” Multitudes 24:41-52.

Eduardo Viveiros de Castro (2008a) “The Gift and the Given: Three Nano-Essays on Kinship and Magic.” Kinship and Beyond: The Genealogical Method Reconsidered. S Bamford and J Leach, eds. p 237-68. Oxford: Berghahn Books.

Eduardo Viveiros de Castro (2008b) “Immanence and Fear, or, The Enemy First.” “indignities and Cosmopolitanisms.” Keynote address Canadian Anthropological Society and American Ethnological Society, Toronto.

Eduardo Viveiros de Castro (2008c) “Xamanismo transversal: Lévi-Strauss e a cosmopolítica amazônica.” Lévi-Strauss: leituras brasileiras. RC de Queiroz and RF Nobre, eds. p 79-124. Belo Horizonte: Editora de UGMG.

Willerslev, Rane (2004) “Not Animal, Not Not-Human: Hunting and Empathetic Knowledge among the Siberian Yukaghirs.” Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 10(3):629-52.

Wolff (2000) L’être, l’hoome, le disciple. Paris: PUF – “Quadrige.”

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