Comment from: Michael Popov [Visitor]
Certainly anthropologists seem to be fully aware of of the difference between General social anthropology and Concrete social anthropology (ethnography).
Exact politically “neutral"definitions for these semi-intuitive judgments ,nevertheless, are not taking anthropological problem seriously.
I suppose that TO MAKE SOMETHING SCIENTIFIC in social anthropology is main problem of today’s social anthropologists, indeed.
My very modest scientific experience in mathematics (experimental number theory ) and quantum physics (experimental entanglement) suggest that classical applications of evolution theory, calculus with elements of algebra (Malinwski) or even group theory axiomatics (structural anthropology) are not sufficient and unfortunately “ancient".Now.
It is unpleasant for me ( I am anthropologist )to realize it. Nevertheless, sooner or later,I see, anthropologists must make something true scientific in social anthropology.We, simply, have no any choice. This is 21st century…for both western and non-Western anthropologists. I assume that our relativistic Multiverse became true illusion.