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Contents

Introduction: Reconceptualising the Discipline

PART I: THE CASE AGAINST MORAL ANTHROPOLOGY

Chapter 1. Why I Will Not Make It as a ‘Moral Anthropologist’
Don Kalb

Chapter 2. Steps Away from Moralism
Martin Holbraad

Chapter 3. Not Beyond Good and Evil: The Ethics of Anthropology and the Anthropology of Ethics
Kirsten Bell

Chapter 4. An Obscure Desire for Catastrophe
Rohan Bastin

PART II: MORAL ISSUES IN CONTEXT

Chapter 5. Facts, Values, Morality, and Anthropology
Christopher C. Taylor

Chapter 6. Moral Anthropology, Human Rights and Egalitarianism or The AAA boycott
Marina Gold

Chaprter 7. Anthropology’s Atavistic Turn : An Animist Perspective
Caroline Ifeka

PART III: PHILOSOPHICAL QUESTIONS

Chapter 8. Empathy, As Affective Ethical Technology and Transformative Political Praxis
Elisabeth Kirtsoglou & Dimitrios Theodossopoulos

Chapter 9. The Question of Ethics and Morality
Terry Evens

PART IV: A BROADER VIEW IN HISTORICAL CONTEXT

Chapter 10. The Horizon of Freedom and Ethics of Singularity: The Social Individual and the Necessity of Reloading the Spirit of 1968
Jakob Rigi

Chapter 11. Situating Morality
Jonathan Friedman

Moral Anthropology

A Critique

Edited by Bruce Kapferer and Marina Gold

208 pages, Pocket Size 4.25'' x 7''

ISBN  978-1-78533-868-7 Pb Published (April 2018)

eISBN 978-1-78533-869-4 eBook