c. lévi-strauss

Lévi-Strauss

[ley-vee-strous]
noun
Claude, 1908–2009, French anthropologist and educator, born in Belgium: founder of structural anthropology.
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Lévi-Strauss (ˈlɛvɪˈstraʊs, French levistros)
 
n
Claude (klod). born 1908, 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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