Sylvain Lévi

Sylvain Lévi (March 28, 1863 – October 30, 1935) was an influential French orientalist and indologist who taught Sanskrit and Indian religion at the École pratique des hautes études.

Lévi's book ''Théâtre Indien'' is an important work on the subject of Indian performance art, and Lévi also conducted some of the earliest analysis of Tokharian fragments discovered in Western China. Lévi exerted a significant influence on the life and thought of Marcel Mauss, the nephew of Émile Durkheim. Provided by Wikipedia
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Participants: Hay, Stephen N., [ VerfasserIn ]; Lévi, Sylvain, [ MitwirkendeR ]; Nehru, Jawaharlal, [ MitwirkendeR ]; Richard, Paul, [ MitwirkendeR ]; Söseki, Natsume, [ MitwirkendeR ]; ...
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