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Lévi-Strauss

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/ ˈleɪ viˈstraʊs /
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noun

Claude, 1908–2009, French anthropologist and educator, born in Belgium: founder of structural anthropology.

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Lévi-Strauss
/ (ˈlɛvɪˈstraʊs, French levistros) /

noun

Claude (klod). (1908–2009) French anthropologist, leading exponent of structuralism. His books include The Elementary Structures of Kinship (1969), Totemism (1962), The Savage Mind (1966), Mythologies (1964–71), and Saudades do Brazil (Memories of Brazil; 1994)
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