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JoJosho University of California Press, Again, the principaldifferencesappearto be associatedwith the role of spirits and with particularauditory, olfactory, or proprioceptiveexperiences associatedwith particularguias.

The elaborationof interactionwith negativespirits augments the espiritista repertoireof negative experiences and compulsions to speak or hear involuntarily. In our concluding comparison of Merleau-PontyandBourdieu,we have seen thatthe relationsbetweenembodiment itself and textuality, and between representationand being in the world, are This content downloaded from In addition, evil spiritsin the Charismaticsystem aremanifestonly in the afflicted,not through the healer.

Ironically,the approachthroughembodimentthathas allowed us to elaborate somaticmodes of attentionas a constructwith some demonstrableempiricalvalue has also disclosed the rather slippery notion of the essential indeterminacyof existence.

The sense of somatic contingency and transcendenceassociated with meditationandmystic stateswould also be within ourpurview. A notion of somatic mode of attentionbroadens the field in which we can look for phenomena of This content downloaded from Quitethe contrary,they are an integralpartof the perceiving subject. The other shift in my thinking since then has been from using ethnographic material on religious experience to formulate an understanding of embodiment toward using embodiment to formulate a cultural phenomenological understanding of religious experience.

Blacking,John TheAnthropology of theBody. Thomas Csordas is an anthropologist whose principal interests are in medical and psychological anthropology, comparative religion, anthropological theory, cultural phenomenology and embodiment, globalization and social change, language and culture. We use information technology and tools to increase productivity and facilitate new forms of scholarship. Parables for the Virtual: Healersas well as physicians not only sharewith theirpatients a highly organizedset of bodily dispositionssummarizedby Bourdieu under the term habitus,but also acquirea cumulativeempiricalknowledge of the range of humandistressas they expand theirexperience.

However, the spiritsthemselves are more often seen and heardamong spiritiststhan among Charismatics,and spiritist healers can distinguish between good guias and bad causas.

As is true of the body, other persons can become objectsfor us only secondarily,as the resultof reflection. About the Author Dr. For Merleau-Ponty,perceptionbegan in the body and,throughreflectivethinking,ends in objects. In Pain as HumanExperience: An ongoing surveillance,monitoring,and commentary on body shape includes the changes that begin when a woman becomes pregnant.

Further Readings Bourdieu, Pierre. The most comprehensivephenomenologicalreportwas given by a healerwho distinguishedthree components of word of knowledge. Martin,Emily The Woman in the Body: Duke University Press, Althoughthe habitusbears some of the schematismof afixed text,it can be transcendedin embodiedexistence. These indeterminaterelationsconstitutethe shiftingexisten- tial csordss which contemporaryethnographysuggests we must increasingly situateculturalphenomena.

Sincethattime,I amgratefulto JanisJenkinsforongoingscholarlydiscussionthat challengedmeto refinemy argument.

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CSORDAS SOMATIC MODES OF ATTENTION PDF

Quitethe contrary,they are an integralpartof the perceiving subject. The most comprehensivephenomenologicalreportwas ahtention by a healerwho distinguishedthree components of word of knowledge. The Flux of Analytical Categories All theexampleswe have called uponto illustratethe notionof somaticmodes of attentionare drawnfrom the domain of healing. Merleau-Ponty,Maurice Phenomenologyof Perception. Are we to place words of knowledge, plasmaciones, cama nilai, and embodied countertransferenceon an equal footing as phenomenato be interpreted,or can we justify using the last of these as a frameworkfor interpretingthe formerthree? Let me reiterate,however, that the constructI am trying to elucidate includes culturallyelaborated attentionto and with the body in the immediacyof an intersubjectivemilieu.

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Department ofAnthropology Case Western Reserve Universio Embodiment as a paradigm or methodological orientation requires that the body be understood as the existential ground of culture-not as an object that is "good to think," but as a subject that is "necessary to be. Much as Barthes draws a distinction between the work and the text, a distinction can be drawn between the body and embodiment. For Barthes, the work is a fragment of substance, the material object that occupies the space of a bookstore or a library shelf. The text, in contrast, is an indeterminate methodological field that exists only when caught up in a discourse, and that is experienced only as activity and production In parallel fashion, the body is a biological, material entity, while embodiment can be understood as an indeterminate methodological field defined by perceptual experience and the mode of presence and engagement in the world. As applied to anthropology, the model of the text means that cultures can be understood, for purposes of internal and comparative analysis, to have properties similar to texts Ricoeur In contrast, the paradigm of embodiment means not that cultures have the same structure as bodily experience, but that embodied experience is the starting point for analyzing human participation in a cultural world.

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JoJosho University of California Press, Again, the principaldifferencesappearto be associatedwith the role of spirits and with particularauditory, olfactory, or proprioceptiveexperiences associatedwith particularguias. The elaborationof interactionwith negativespirits augments the espiritista repertoireof negative experiences and compulsions to speak or hear involuntarily. In our concluding comparison of Merleau-PontyandBourdieu,we have seen thatthe relationsbetweenembodiment itself and textuality, and between representationand being in the world, are This content downloaded from In addition, evil spiritsin the Charismaticsystem aremanifestonly in the afflicted,not through the healer. Ironically,the approachthroughembodimentthathas allowed us to elaborate somaticmodes of attentionas a constructwith some demonstrableempiricalvalue has also disclosed the rather slippery notion of the essential indeterminacyof existence. The sense of somatic contingency and transcendenceassociated with meditationandmystic stateswould also be within ourpurview.

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Csordas Source: Cultural Anthropology, Vol. JSTOR is a not-for-profit service that helps scholars, researchers, and students discover, use, and build upon a wide range of content in a trusted digital archive. We use information technology and tools to increase productivity and facilitate new forms of scholarship. Csordas DepartmentofAnthropology Case WesternReserve University Embodimentas a paradigmor methodological orientationrequiresthat the body be understoodas the existential groundof culture-not as an object that is "good to think," but as a subject that is "necessary to be.

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