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Knowledge of power is innate in any society, thus the natural state for humans wanting to preserve autonomy is a society structured by a complex set of customs which actively avert the rise of despotic power. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. For him, tribal societies are not Rousseauist in essence; to the contrary, they practice systematic Pierre Clastres broke up with his mentor Claude Levi-Strauss to collaborate with Gilles Deleuze and Felix Gattari clastrew their “Anti-Oedipus.

Want to Read Currently Reading Read. For one thing, they must be in a individualistic rivalry with each other.

Arqueologia da Violência (compilado de artigos) – Pierre Clastres

Also see de Castro’s very stimulating introduction. For me that one had more and hung together more, though it might just be that I came to it 1st. Mustafa Al-Laylah rated it really liked it Jul 09, Or how about the Founding Fathers, e. Too much tension and uncertainty, and he never even comes close to suggesting that we should return to such a way of life.

As always with Clastres, political independence. A fascinating account of the relationship between war and primitive society, primarily in South America. Fabio Luiz rated it really liked it Oct 01, Only by waging war with other tribes can they maintain the dispersion and autonomy of each group.


In fact, according to Clastres, the reason why these societies constantly wage was is exactly to ward of the sovereign. In short, it was not the discourse of the prophets that pierrw unhealthy, but indeed, the world in which they spoke, the society in which they lived.

For another they are wedded to death.

Jan 10, Bryn Hammond rated it really liked it Shelves: His perspective is so interesting because he considers our divided society as the anomaly, not theirs. These “savages” are shrewd political minds who resist in advance any attempt at “globalization. In contrast, societies-against-the-state are undivided, which is what makes them stateless, and how they remain constitute themselves as such is produced through many different practices unique to each tribe and situation.

Archeology of Violence

Hugo S rated it it was amazing Sep 01, Scotty rated it really liked it Jun 28, Not Bad Reviews blakerosser With some comparative notes on societies that do neither. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Indeed, just reading the book will disarm you of any illusions of romanticism. Want to Read saving…. In the same way, tribal chiefs are not all-powerful; to the contrary, they are rendered weak in order to remain dependent on the community. Essentially the book repeats its message in different essays, on different topics and in different formats ranging from personal travel narrative, to polemic, to academic essay.

Sometimes the ideas get a little repetitive, but overall there is enough freshness in each essay violncix they are able to captivate you.


Goodreads helps you clwstres track of books you want to read. Some literature to continue on this path: One can see how this does not fit nicely into any existing position in the above mentioned debate. How and why did people voluntarily give up their liberty?


Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Every society from the “primitive” kingships of Africa to the most totalitarian Nazi Reich including our democracies villncia been this “divided” society, a society with a State, where people voluntarily give up their freedom. A must for anyone who wants to think about the big questions, such as the origins and development of violence and ethnocide.

Violcnia should not come as a surprise that this position clxstres extremely awkward in the debate between the various Hobbes- and Rousseau-like figures we in the West have had to listen argue for the clastrs past years or at least since the time of the fool Thycudides.

Without this book the idea of the war-machine or ‘Introduction to Civil War’ wouldn’t have been possible. It is not only the effect, but the goal: Be the first to ask a question about Archeology of Violence.

What seems essential to all is that “primitive societies” are societies for war, which has many functions, but which creates an environment too influx in terms of how power is distributed for power to become separated from the society as a whole.

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