To learn more about Generative Anthropology, and the Originary Scene, we hope you'll find this site a useful point of origin.
- GA Wikipedia: http://learn.generativeanthropology.com
- Learning GA is similar to learning a new language. The wikipedia serves as an interconnected glossary of terms for students of this new human science.
- A 60 second introduction to GA:
- The Originary Hypothesis in Itself by Dennis Bouvard:
- Why Generative Anthropology? A longer essay on GA by Peter Goldman:
Books about Generative Anthropology:
I would recommend two books for those new to GA: The Origin of Language by Eric Gans & Anthropomorphics by Dennis Bouvard. They are both concise and powerful introductions to this new way of thinking.
- The Origin of Language: https://www.amazon.com/Origin-Language-New-Eric-Gans/
- Anthropomorphics: https://www.amazon.com/Anthropomorphics-Originary-Grammar-Dennis-Bouvard/
Blogs about Generative Anthropology:
Dennis Bouvard writes about GA on Substack: dennisbouvard.substack.com
Eric Gans has an active blog: http://anthropoetics.ucla.edu/category/views/
Meet other Generative Anthropologists:
To learn more about GA, or join a GA reading group send us DM on Twitter or an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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