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Reviews in Anthropology. Volume 44, Issue 1, 2015. Pp. 5-27.

Nikolai Ssorin-Chaikov

The article uses the concept of sociopolitics that “echoes Foucault’s biopolitics” to discuss work of James Scott and David Graeber as well as the English-language translation of a 1980 collection of essays by Pierre Clastres. The author “argues that this anarchist anthropology articulates a clear break within anarchist theory. This break is in the ways the social and the political are related as means and ends in ethnography [..]”.      

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