on 28 December 2012
Pierre Bourdieu is not just a philosopher, but a theorist who challenges rather orthodox perspectives commonly used in anthropology. This book expands the horizons of those who desire to enrich their interpretations on human behaviour. It is a book that everybody in the humanities and social sciences should read. The translation from French to English is very good, though some terms might become difficult to understand. Generally, Bourdieu is not considered easy to read, but as soon as you engage in his thoughts, you will be facinated.