Thesis (Ph.D.) - University of Warwick, 1992.
|Statement||by Jamie D. Brassett.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 249 p.|
|Number of Pages||249|
Subjectification is a widespread phenomenon and has emerged as a most pervasive tendency in diachronic semantic change (Traugott) and synchronic semantic extension (Langacker). The papers of this thematic volume emphasize the importance of the particular process and also develop and extend it beyond currently available published : Paperback. “It is Professor Fuson's view that Chinese charts of Taiwan and Japan were the source of the portrayal of Antilia and Satanaze. He makes a very persuasive case that such charts are likely to have originated from the seven spectacular voyages of discovery made by the famous Ming admiral Cheng Ho between and Cartographies of Time is easily one of the most beautiful books to come by in the past year, both a treasure trove of antique artwork and a priceless cultural timecapsule containing humanity’s understanding of time and place in the larger context of g: subjectification. “ We do not know whether [Hipparchus] drew maps--perhaps he did--but the truth is that in his day he could not possibly have applied his projections to the globe because the necessary data, in the form of correct findings of latitudes and longitudes of a very large number of places over the known areas of the earth, were not g: subjectification.
Subjectification is a widespread phenomenon and has emerged as a most pervasive tendency in diachronic semantic change (Traugott) and in synchronic semantic extension (Langacker). Its importance is increasingly valued despite the fact that it is an area that has been treated differently by different scholars. As Gill states in one of her articles entitled, Beyond the Sexualization of Culture, “[a] crucial aspect of the shift from objectification to sexual subjectification is that this is framed in advertising through a discourse of playfulness, freedom and, above all, choice. Women are presented as not seeking men’s approval but as pleasing themselves, and, in so doing, they just happen to win . Guattari’s Schizoanalytic Cartographies. or, the Pathic Core at the Heart of Cybernetic. Swarmachine: Activist Media Tomorrow. 18 Responses to “Book” (“it could be said that a small amount of subjectification took us away from machinic enslavement, but a large amount brings us back to it,” ). But sexual subjectification, I would argue, has turned out to be objectification in new and even more pernicious guise. Rosalind Gill is a senior lecturer in Gender Theory based in the Gender Institute and the Sociology department at the London School of Economics and Political Science.
Almost as soon as it was born as foundational to modern politics, philosophy, and the human sciences, the subject was cast into crises of meaning. Contemporary social theory, particularly structuralism, has performed varieties of postmortem on the universal subject, challenging not only its stability, its unity, its totality, its individuality, and its interiority but the uses to which. Subjectification is depicted as primarily the creation of the self by the self, and thereby as its positioning within discourses. Obviously speech seems to display a basic mode of the subtle process of subjectification. For the time being we would like to refer to subjectification as the constitution of subjects by saying ‘I’.File Size: KB. Divided thematically into three parts – ‘cartographies’, ‘ecologies’, and ‘micropolitics’ – each chapter showcases the singular and pragmatic grounds by which Guattari’s signature concepts can be found to be both disruptive to traditional modes of thinking, and . Cartographies of Knowledge. Exploring Qualitative Epistemologies. Celine-Marie Pascale This is an impressive book that will likely become a classic!" — Eduardo Bonilla-Silva, Duke University, co-author with Tukufu Zuberi, White Logic, White Methods: Racism and Methodology.