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Here, the ethnographic record on Tamil kinship proves instructive. We can see, for example, how reciprocal duties and claims figure prominently within Womens Piriform Flora Band McTeigue amp; McClelland 8halv0eHIq
classic structuralist ethnography of a Pramalai Kallar community. However, in her recent ethnography of Tamil marriage practices, Isabelle Clark-Decès (2014) offers a striking reassessment of Dumont. She finds that such normative duties ( kadamai ) and claims ( urimai ) regularly fail to be actualized. 13 Nonetheless, they remain for her interlocutors critical points of orientation, elaboration, and in many cases, aspiration. Such duties and claims operate less like Kantian moral laws demanding universal acquiescence and more as norms that orient creative reordering and ethical ratiocination. Even with a shared sense of what was right or appropriate, how one might go about fulfilling commitments to close kin was no clear-cut matter.

Similarly, the ethical priority was clear for both Prabhakar and Vasudevan: not therapeutic adherence, but rather a father’s commitment to his daughter. When Vasudevan arrived at the clinic, he expressed the relationship between these commitments in starkly opposed terms. In his meeting with Prabhakar, he spoke of paternal obligation, caste-based approbation, and limited financial resources. Rather than insisting on the priority of therapy, Prabhakar accepted the primacy of Vasudevan’s commitment to his daughter. Their conversation developed around the practical and ethical means by which such a commitment might be fulfilled, whether through life or through death. By proposing that Vasudevan’s continued commitment to therapy was necessary to marrying off his daughter, Prabhakar offered a way to reconfigure the relationship between commitments in terms of hierarchical subsumption rather than mutual opposition.

In addition to sitting with Prabhakar during his counseling sessions, I also spent time with various clinicians in the hospital, especially Dr. Vijay. Uniformly stern with his patients, Vijay would occasionally break into a toothy grin when talking about his newborn daughter. He reserved a more thoughtful expression for describing to me the latest discoveries that he had read about in the medical journals. In addition to his work at the clinic, Vijay worked night shifts at another hospital to cover his bills. Remarkably, he never seemed to tire, or at least never showed it.

As in the counselor’s office, questions of kinship and survival emerged alongside concerns about therapeutic adherence. One morning, about six months after I had begun working at the hospital, a man hesitantly entered into Vijay’s office, helped along by his brother and his elderly mother. The patient, whom I will call Sendhil, appeared to be in his mid- to late twenties, rail-thin, with clothes hanging loosely from his joints. Vijay sat at his desk, quickly scribbling down case notes from his previous consultation. He closed the folder and looked up at the new arrivals.

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