Having come to the end of our discussion of the content and rigour of Lévi-Strauss’s major concept in social theory, it is time to recall the conclusions of each of the three principal divisions of the text— Parts One, Two and Three — and to say something about the possible general implications for future social theory.


Social Theory Causal Determinacy Primitive Society Primitive Social Organisation Double Determination 
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© Alan Jenkins 1979

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  • Alan Jenkins
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  1. 1.The Polytechnic of WalesUK

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