Edgar Morin (fonetski: Edgar Moren) je francuski filozof i kulturolog. Autor kultnih naslova veka – studija “Čovek i smrt” i “Film ili čovek iz mašte”. Morenova. Description: pages: illustrations ; 24 cm. Series Title: Serija velikih antropoloških dela. Other Titles: Homme et la mort. Responsibility: Edgar Moren ; preveo. Na francuskoj intelektualnoj sceni Edgar Moren (, Pariz) pojavljuje se pedesetih godina prošlog veka kao autor danas kultnih naslova “Čovek i smrt” i ” Film.

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Would you like to tell us about a lower price? The other group of authors consists of those who try to unzip the symbolism of death, to inter- pret it and to find out its messages, sense and meaning in the world of the living.

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The closeness of war, as Morin concluded, brought some kind of weakening of the fear and one might explain the richness and diversity of ethnological produc- tion between s and s also by that. That is why I have analyzed only those works that directly and explicitly deal with death, or at least touch on it. None of these papers includes either ethno- explication, or an effort of the author to explain certain acts, nor to relate them to the wider context.

Having this in mind, memory of death would be, at least, partially, tamed, and further research would be directed towards demystifi- cation and deconstruction of individual and social attitude to the end of this world existence.

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Pointing out the constants elements of the dead cult, which, in the author’s opinion had not been essentially changed by the influence of Christianity, might represent an inter- esting starting point for contemporary research of the relations between religion and death.

Covvek an- thropological sense, these morenn are almost completely irrelevant. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied.

More or less indirectly the beginning of this process might be recognized in the changes of the j discourse, although I think that changes were caused also by the appearance of more complex anthropological perception in the worldwide context, although all innovations came to us with certain delay. Or it should, at least be based on the basic knowledge that human culture is conditioned by unavoidable human fate, both in its confirmation and negation through different types of oblivion.


Citing all in the form of reference would be too ample for this text, so I will mention all titles in the complete bibliography of ethnological works with the theme of death that I am preparing.

Would you also like to submit a review for this item? However, this interest was constantly in inverse proportion with the increasing fear from the un- known. Maybe this was the reason why they were not able to make necessary analytical distance towards the object of their research.

The E-mail Address es field is required. The authors were linguists and ethnologists, but what sur- prises us most is the lack of creativity in choosing topics and methodological framework as well as the effort to regard the issue in the current context.

The main reason for the problem mentioned should be searched for in the combination of socio-political climate and the corresponding at- titude towards fovek, death and religion these cove themes were always auto- matically relatedand in the mentioned concept moeen ethnology of the period. Please verify that you are not a robot. Your list has reached the maximum number of items. Please enter recipient e-mail address es.

Probably this is the reason for relatively great number of papers about death, which are, concerning already mentioned trendscontrary to expectations, published in ethnological publications from the researched period. Linked Data More info about Linked Data. Some features of WorldCat will not be available.

There’s a problem loading this menu right now. This paper researches the ways in which dealing with death mmoren current ethnological approaches in Ser- bian ethnology during the second half of the 20th century, reflect the Zeit- geist.

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You may have already requested this item. Be the first to review this item Would you like to tell us about a lower price? Please enter the message. Allow this favorite library to be seen by others Keep this favorite library private. Therefore, the result is that it is difficult to find any paper or work that, at least indirectly, does not deal with death. Explore the Home Gift Guide. Toma who understands the whole culture as a way in which society controls, structures, imagines, and finally forgets death.


I am aware that the last question is very complex and I do not have the illusion that I am able to offer some definite answers at this moment.

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From s until nowadays there are three subgroups of contributions to this theme that reflect critical mo- ments of the contemporary Serbian history. Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web.

Reli- gious-magic view of the world that used to pervade everyday life in traditional soci- ety meant also constant contact with beyond, so the studies about e. Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go.

U the pauses between deaths of important peo- ple, catharsis was provided by mass city religious processions and transfers smrh re- mains of the dead from one place to another. Finding libraries that hold this item Profession- alization of the work related to death and the dead, propagating and popularization of cremation, building fences and hiding graveyards, as well as moving ill people and those who are dying far from the eyes of world, represent just details of the process, which, it is possible to say, has culminated during the second half of the 20th century.

However, al- though attractive and precious for further reflection, this concept about anthropol- ogy as anthropo-thanatology, does not seem to me appropriate and practical for an- swering questions that I raised in the beginning. I’d like to read this book on Kindle Don’t have a Kindle? Furthermore, six monographs partly or completely re- lated to the research of death were published in that period.