Who Is Afraid of the Ontological Wolf?

Some Comments on an Ongoing Anthropological Debate

in The Cambridge Journal of Anthropology

This article, which was delivered as the 2014 Annual Marilyn Strathern Lecture, outlines both some of the stimuli that led to the 'ontological turn' in anthropology and some of its implications. Ontology is outlined here by the author as an anti-epistemological and counter-cultural, philosophical war machine.

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