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[Xmca-l] Re: mediate perception and direct perception



yes - or as Eisenhart taught me, make the strange common, and the common strange.  which is, now that i think of it, Foucault's approach. Foucault, moving in opposite direction of Kant, looked to see what contingencies were cultural constructions, rather than universal.

anyway - that's a vague recollection - and i've not the energy to search  up the actual statements.

phillip 
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Subject: [Xmca-l] Re: mediate perception and direct perception

Isn't this what a "rich" ethnographic description is supposed to be able to do? Provide so much detail that it makes possible more than one way to organize what one sees in it? As compared to a narrative, which is a very tight focus.

Helena


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