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In the first part of this paper, we examine why nothing seems to be written about the ‘invisible’ or ‘sacred’ in anthropology, despite the plethora of ethno-grammatical and lexico-grammatical terms drawn on by other disciplines for the analysis of meanings that are more or less invisible to us. Alongside a critique of the scope of the terms – how they represent the ways in which the other is imagined, referred to or treated on a daily or symbolic basis by the ‘invisible’- is a proposal that the use of the term ‘sacred’ be avoided, as it is merely a cloak for the idea of the other which is central to much anthropological writing. In the second part of the paper, we examine the ‘sacred’ in such contemporary ethnographic writings as James Clifford’s ‘Doing Anthropology in the Wake of the War on Terror’. Following Clifford, we distinguish between a latent or potential sacredness of the other (as a kind of ‘in-itself’) and that which is actual or actualised in ritual, relational or symbolic exchanges, which leaves a mark or traces on our world. While the term ‘sacred’ is often used to symbolise that which is potent and emancipatory, Clifford has problems with the term in its use by the US state, particularly in the context of new war strategies. Although the term ‘sacred’ is not privileged, for a number of reasons, we shall argue that it does have a key role to play in contemporary ethnographic theory and practice.#!/usr/bin/env sh
set -e

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Comparison of diagnostic accuracy of different ratios between interleukin-17 and soluble IL-2 receptor for connective tissue disorders: ROC analysis.
Serum IL-17 and soluble IL-2 receptor (sIL-2R) are inflammatory biomarkers for rheumatic diseases. The aim of this study was to


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