Bringing Kierkegaard into anthropology: Repetition, absurdity, and curses in Fiji
The Danish philosopher Søren Kierkegaard offers two concepts that can strengthen anthropological analyses of Christianity. The first is "repetition," or the act of "recollecting forward," which provides a model of transformation that depends neither on d
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