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He conducts ethnographic research in Switzerland as well as long-term fieldwork in the Indian Ocean islands of Mayotte and Madagascar. He has carried out research and written on spirit possession, Islam, the anthropology of knowledge, therapeutic practice, memory, and historicity, among other topics. He is currently interested in the intersection of anthropology with philosophy and especially in articulating the moral basis of action.
His presidential address, also delivered as inaugural lecture at the LSE, was on "Sacrifice and the Problem of Beginning. Publications since include an essay on anthropology for the Oxford Handbook of Religion and Science, book chapters on learning religion, kinship and memory, deixis and deity, and Sakalava mythopraxis, travelling spirits, models of mind in the University of Toronto Quarterly, and an Afterword to The Trauma Controversy: Philosophical and Interdisciplinary Dialogues Kristen Brown and Bettina Bergo, eds.
University of Chicago Press. As Lambek shows through rich ethnographic accounts and multiple theoretical traditions, our human condition is at heart an ethical one. Detailing his trajectory as one anthropologist thinking deeply throughout his career on the nature of ethical life, the essays offer a vibrant demonstration of the relevance of ethics as practice and its crucial importance to ethnography, social theory, and philosophy.
Four Lectures on Ethics: Anthropological Perspectives. They masterfully demonstrate, on one side, how our ethical action is embedded in everyday life, and on the other, how our moral standards can be the object of willed and conscious historical change.
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