Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Subjectivation
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by Mark G.E. Kelly
Our subjectivation is a group of power relations caught up in the great network of power relations, and indeed in its...
by Thomas Osborne
Subjectivation is a critical and not just a positive project. Not least of the points that are worth making here is that we are in fact subjects, and Foucault's nominalism becomes a kind of intellectual technology designed to desubjectify us so far as ...
The Žižek Dictionary (2015)
by Rex Butler
Pascal had argued that, first, one subjects oneself blindly to customs; only later does one produce meaningful reasons for such subjectivation (Pascal 1995: 247, 300). And Althusser had, strangely enough, referred precisely to this argument, ...
by Abby H. P. Werlock, James P. Werlock
"'For aPaper Son, Paper Is Blood': Subjectivation and Authenticityin Fae Myenne Ng's Bone ...
by Austin Harrington, Barbara L. Marshall, Hans-Peter Müller
Subjectivation is understood as subjection/domination and as the making of a subject. This idea has been taken up in the analysis of social and cultural identities based on class, gender, sexuality and ethnicity. A post-structuralist analysis of ...
by Mehmet Odekon
has been constructed as a social problem throughout multiple discourses and practices, the historical conditions of its emergence as such, and the subjectivation processes involved in the various methods of intervention on poor populations ...
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