Archivi tag: subjectivity

Models of Subjectivity for Interpreting the Crisis. A Contribution to William James’ Analysis of Emotions and Consciousness.

The concept of subjectivity, a philosophical model that interprets emotions as perplexing elements of human sensitivity, has been persisting since ancient times. Even though there have been alternative paradigms, the modern thought since Descartes has been founded on the contrast … Continua a leggere

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Precarious lives: the production of subjectivity in the contemporary society

In the text Frames of war, Judith Butler analyzes the concept of precariousness as generalized human status: we are “precarious lives” because our persistence depends upon social and political forces, that determine our dependency by the world. In the present time, … Continua a leggere

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