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Hoeppe - Chapter 05

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Buy and Download Description Chamakkala fishermen occasionally compare fishing with hunting (nayattu). Abounding in dangers and potential failure, both aim at the killing (samharam) of life. From the viewpoint of a Brahmanical ideology, this poses a moral dilemma. Hunting and fishing are depreciated activities that stand in opposition to the ideal of non-violence towards living beings (ahimsa). But what about the fishermen's ideology" The material presented in the last chapter suggests that the answer may be found in the fishermen's perception of relating to the marine environment socially. But how is this sociality constituted" In this chapter I explore two modes. One is the direct interaction between the fishermen and the sea, the other operates through the mediation of ritual experts and deities. In this context the enquiry must then turn towards what it means to kill fish. Chamakkala fishermen occasionally compare fishing with hunting (nayattu). Abounding in dangers and potential failure, both aim at the killing (samharam) of life. From the viewpoint of a Brahmanical ideology, this poses a moral dilemma. Hunting and
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