Antropologia filosòfica i literatura: diferenciacions antropològiques en el 'Robinson Crusoe' de Daniel Defoe
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Llinares Chover, Joan B. Perfil
This document is a Comunicación/PonenciaDate2012
This article focuses on an interpretation of Robinson Crusoe from the History of Anthropology, reconstructing the principal anthropologic differentiations in wich Defoe´s classic novel is structured. Free Men and Slaves, Christians and Moors, White Men an Black Men, Civilized Men and Savages, Men and Women, as well as the distinctions between Civilized Men ( Honest Men and Ignoble Men, Protestants and Catholics, English Men and Spaniards) and the detailed version of the myth of canibalism in both Africa and the Caribbean.

    Joan B. Llinares, "Antropologia filosòfica i literatura: Diferenciacions antropològiques en el 'Robinson Crusoe' de Daniel Defoe", en XIX Congrés Valencià de Filosofia, València, Societat de Filosofia del País Valencià, 2012, ISBN 978-84-3709042-9, pp. 83-96.
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