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Journal of Anthropological and Archaeological Sciences

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An Indigenous Insight into the Opiod Crisis and the Rehabilitation of the Soul Volume 1 - Issue 4

Jay Hansford C Vest*

  • Professor of American Indian Studies, University of North Carolina, USA

Received: January 16, 2020   Published: January 27, 2020

Corresponding author: Jay Hansford C Vest, Professor of American Indian Studies, University of North Carolina, USA

 

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Abstract

Bornof orality, Native American shamanic traditions and healing practices are exclusively organic in manifestation [1]. In this context, the healing ritual assumes an organicism [2] where reality is found in the presence of the object as opposed to the Cartesian fantasy whereby reality is divorced from the organically manifest object [3].

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