In the last article we looked at the question of “why a generative anthropology?”. We examined the assumptions Gans is bringing to our investigation, primarily seeing the social sciences as concerning the study of representation. In response, many people have made misplaced accusations that by constructing such an account of metarepresentation, Gans is throwing out … Continue reading Representation Looking In On Itself
I have taken up the task of reporting on the works of Eric Gans and the broader subject of Generative Anthropology (or “GA” for short) as many people in my circle have seen others in the reactionary sphere turn to Generative Anthropology without understanding why or what its significance is. So here begins a new … Continue reading Why a “Generative” Anthropology?