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De la "cultura animi" a la cultura como hábito: De cómo la cultura llegó a ser lo que es hoy

Other TitlesFrom cultura animi to culture as a habit: How culture came to be what it is today
AuthorsAndrés-Gallego, José
Cultural anthropology
Antropología cultural
Social antropology
Antropología social
Historia de conceptos
History of concept
Thomas More
Tomás Moro
Bartolomé de las Casas
Bernardo Davanzzati
Juan Francisco Masdeu
Issue Date2006
PublisherIstituto di studi latinoamericani (Pagani, Italia)
Citation“De la cultura animi a la cultura como hábito: De cómo la cultura llegó a ser lo que es hoy”: Rocinante (Salerno, Italia), II (2006), 29-44
AbstractStudy of the origin of the word ‘culture’: how it went from meaning "agriculture" to refer to the "set of shared habits," as it means today. There is not, as it is said, a creation of the German thought in the late eighteenth century, but a metaphor of Cicero recovered by Thomas Moore about 1510 and spread in Castilian and Italian in the second half of XVI century. This conclusion requires changing the conventional version of the cultural anthropology history and any other knowledge relating to culture.
DescriptionIstituto di Studi LatinoAmericani, Salerno, Italia
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