Anthropology and Psychoanalysis: An Encounter through Culture

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a
Aborigines, Australian 21 , 171-83 , 206 , 218 , 221 , 222 , 227 , 228 , 229 , 237
Afikpo 190
Aka Pygmies 172 , 227
ancestors:
power of Gisu 188 , 205 , 230 ;
Trobriand 155 , 156 , 158 ;
see also kinship
anthropologist:
and dreams 104 , 111 ;
experience of fieldwork 9-13 , 55-6 , 184 ;
methodology distinguished from that of psychoanalyst 18 , 186 , 204 , 234 ;
subjectivity of 11 , 12-13 , 111
anthropology, relation to psychoanalysis see under Lacan, Jacques;
psychoanalysis
Aranda 173 , 181
Atkinson, Jane 140
autochthony, and Oedipus myth 34 , 35

b
Bailey, F.G. 87 , 89
Balandier 7
Basso, E.P. 102 , 103 , 104
belief systems see religion
Bell, Amelia 146-7
Benedict, Ruth 5-6
Berdache 140
Bernstein, B. 82
binary oppositions 153-4 , 163 , 166
Bion, Wilfred 5 , 8 , 52 , 117
birth rites 49
bisexuality 151 ;
Guro and Mwan 50-1
Bohannan, Laura 10
Bolia, song of 14 , 40 , 42-51 , 52 , 228
Bollack, Jean 30 , 34 , 35
brain physiology 233
brother-sister relationship, Guro 40 , 48-50
Brown, M.F. 100
Buchholz, M.B. 110

c
Calasso, Robert 29-30
Canaque 134
Caplan, P. 111
castration, symbolic:
Gisu and 185 , 189 , 195 , 197 , 199 , 203 ;
Lacan and 145 , 159 , 195 , 197 ;
and self-blindness in Oedipus myth 35 , 37-8
Cheyenne 134
child/father relationship see father/son
child/mother relationship see mother/child
circumcision 21-2 , 91 , 173-4 , 177 , 179 , 181 , 184-207 , 226-7 , 229 , 230-1
complementarity 13-16 , 22 , 23 , 29-95 , 184 , 235 ;
and incestuous fantasy and kinship among Guro 15 , 40-53 ;
and Islamic celebrations 15 , 66-9 ;
and Newfoundland Young Yids 15-17 , 70-94 ;
and Oedipus myth 14-15 , 35-9
conflict, social 212-13 ;
and dreams 101
cosmology 7
council, conciliar rhetoric 82-9 , 90
Crapanzano, V. 18 , 101
Creek Indians 146-7
cultural psychology 6 , 133 ;
see also self

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