1 edition of On subjectivity found in the catalog.
Photos. accompanied by captions in English, Spanish, French, German, or Russian compiled by Muntadas.
|Other titles||Best of Life. Selections. 1978.|
|LC Classifications||TR820 .O55|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ca. 100 p. :|
|Number of Pages||100|
|LC Control Number||79109102|
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Subjectivity is the condition of being a subject: i. e., the quality of possessing perspectives, experiences, feelings, beliefs, desires, and/or power. Subjectivity is used as an explanation for what influences and informs people's judgments about truth or reality/5(7).
Examining some of the most exciting issues confronting cultural critics and readers today, Subjectivity is the essential introduction to a fraught but crucial critical term and a challenge to the way we define our selves.
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What Is Subjectivity. is the transcript of a talk Jean-Paul Sartre gave in Also included are the transcripts of discussions which took place at the same conference and an afterword by Fredric Jameson which might be of particular interest to those wondering if Sartre still has any relevance today/5.
This book examines the concepts of subjectivity and selfhood developed in the oeuvre of Jean-Paul Sartre. Although Sartre is a prominent philosopher, the reception of his work is shrouded in misguided ideas concerning his alleged subjectivism. Focusing on Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Mary Robinson and Mary Shelley, this book uses key concepts of androgyny, subjectivity and the re-creative as a productive framework to trace the fascinating textual interactions and dialogues between these authors.
It crosses the boundary between male and female writers of the Romantic period by linking representations of gender with late Enlightenment. David R. Hawkins approaches this subject in his book, 'I: Reality and Subjectivity'; what he says is that reality is always subjective, whether a thing is proven true or not in a scientific way, because it was made from a point of view and it inherently involves viewer's perspective.
Subjectivity is a central philosophical concept, related to consciousness, agency, personhood, reality, and truth, which has been variously defined by common definitions include that subjectivity is the quality or condition of: Something being a subject, narrowly meaning an individual who possesses conscious experiences, such as perspectives, feelings, beliefs, and desires.
Although the writings of Foucault have had tremendous impact on contemporary thinking about subjectivity, notions of the subject have a considerable history.
In Foucault, Subjectivity and Identity 5/5(1). Subjectivity is often mentioned in the philosophy of mind because so much of mentality is subjective, with a special brand of subjectivity present in the case of conscious experience. Whenever one has an intentional state, consciously or non-consciously, there is a subjective fact.
Søren Kierkegaard, "Truth as Subjectivity" Abstract: Søren Kierkegaard's life and works are briefly outlined with emphasis first on the dialectic of stages on life's way and second on truth as subjectivity. To a large extent, the works of Søren Kierkegaard () are inseparable from his life. The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt.
Subjectivity [suhb•jek•tiv•i•tee] (noun): Referring to how someone’s judgement is shaped by personal opinions and feelings instead of outside influences. Subjectivity is partially responsible for why one person loves an abstract painting while another person hates it. Sartre posed the question “What is subjectivity?”—a question of renewed importance today to contemporary debates concerning “the subject” in critical theory.
This work includes a preface by Michel Kail and Raoul Kirchmayr and an afterword by Fredric Jameson, who makes a rousing case for the continued importance of Sartre’s philosophy. Using lively and often personal examples throughout, Tim McNamara explores the role of language within processes of subjectivity using the insights of conversation analysis (CA), creating an original conceptual and methodological bridge between the macro- and micro-dimensions of social discourse and everyday conversational interaction.
This book comprises Sartre’s lecture and the conversations pursuant thereto, involving many of those Marxists in attendance, and including as well Sartre’s reactions and responses to their interventions.
might have had recourse to the body as a channel through which the Marxist dialectic was realized and actualized in subjectivity. Many. Subjectivity: Ethnographic Investigations Volume 7 of Ethnographic Studies in Subjectivity: Editors: João Biehl, Byron Good, Arthur Kleinman: Edition: illustrated: Publisher: University.
“Subjectivity” and its cognates are philosophical terms that describe a possibility for lived experience within a larger historical and political context. Email your librarian or administrator to recommend adding this book to your organisation's collection.
Michel Foucault. Edited by Dianna Taylor; Online ISBN: About the Book. The essays in Violence and Subjectivity, written by a distinguished international roster of contributors, consider the ways in which violence shapes subjectivity and acts upon people's capacity to engage everyday life.
Like its predecessor volume, Social Suffering, which explored the different ways social force inflicts harm on individuals and groups, this collection ventures.
Week 8: Subjectivity in Classic Psychoanalysis The Freudian discoveries at the turn of the 20 th century necessitate the Humanities directly contend with psychoanalytic categories of subjectivity, particularly with the privileged structure of hysteria.
When his patient Dora reports how her father turned her into an object of exchange, offering. Subjectivity and Selfhood explores a number of phenomenological analyses pertaining to the nature of consciousness, self, and self-experience in light of contemporary discussions in consciousness ophical phenomenology—as developed by Husserl, Heidegger, Sartre, Merleau-Ponty, and others—not only addresses crucial issues often.
In his book, Ethics, Subjectivity and Truth, Michael Foucault's premise is that subjectivity is not something which is given to us, but instead is and effect of power, knowledge and other influences.
Foucault draws a connection between subjectivity and power which has not been attempted before. Subjectivity: Analysis. MODERNIST INFLUENCES. THE POSTMODERN SUBJECT AS SOCIAL CONSTRUCT.
BIBLIOGRAPHY. The terms subject and subjectivity are employed in the humanities and social sciences in contradistinction to the notion of the self or selfhood. The latter terms traditionally suggest the idea of identity as a personal possession and of individuality as both unique and.
Nick Mansfield explores how our understanding of our subjectivity has developed over the past century. He looks at the work of key modern and postmodern theorists, including Freud, Foucault, Nietzsche, Lacan, Kristeva, Deleuze and Guattari, and he shows how subjectivity is central to debates in contemporary culture, including gender, sexuality.
Explores socio-political, cultural, historical and material aspects of human experience. Examines subjectivity as a locus of social change, showing how subjectivities remake our social worlds. Enriches the examination of psychology and related fields: sociology, anthropology, cultural studies and more.
This journal offers an international, transdisciplinary exploration of social, cultural, historical and material. So - there are two true answers here. They end up informing each other, but we’ll get to that later. The first has already been pointed out by people before me.
It’s in regard to perspective, and basically means that your perception of things is c. Subjectivity In-Between Times by Chenyang Wang,Palgrave Macmillan edition, paperbackPages: Subjectivity refers to how someone’s judgment is shaped by personal opinions and feelings instead of outside influences.
Subjectivity is partially responsible for why one person loves an abstract painting while another person hates it. Subjectivity definition is - the quality, state, or nature of being subjective.
How to use subjectivity in a sentence. Subjectivity is broadly used and has become a word with many subtle shades of meaning. The most value neutral definition would be that it is the thoughts, feelings, beliefs, and desires that comprise a person's self identity.
However, in a traditional scientific discourse, subjectivity is often presented as a polar opposite to objectivity. What is subjectivity. In very rough terms, subjectivity refers to what is personal to the individual—what makes the individual who he is in distinction from others.
Another way to interpret subjectivity is the unique relationship between the subject and object. Johann Fichte wrote similarly about subjectivity in his book The Vocation of Man. An editorial writer is subjective by definition, to juxtapose the earlier example of the journalist.
The situated nature of perception, i.e. its subjectivity or objectivity, is an extremely important qualifier of the human experience. It is in fact one of the most widely recognized and researched fields of psychological inquiry, particularly in. In the book Fear and Trembling, Kierkegaard explained subjectivity using the Knight of Faith.
He wrote that the Knight of Faith is a person who has complete faith in himself and God, acts liberally and self-sufficiently and is the only happy man because all his decisions come from within.
Subjectivity Quotes - BrainyQuote. Art is a subjective thing, and it should be a subjective thing. And the difficulty of subjectivity is that it becomes hugely problematized when you start applying large sums of money to art objects.
That's where it all starts to get a bit sticky. In postmodernist theory, subjectivity means to take the perspective of the individual self, rather than some neutral, objective, perspective, from outside the self's experience. Feminist theory takes note that in much of the writing about history, philosophy and psychology, the male experience is usually the focus.
A women's history approach to history takes seriously the selves of individual. Subjectivity and Truth Lectures at the Collège de France, Authors: Foucault, Michel Editors: Ewald, François, Fontana, Alessandro, Gros, Frédéric (Eds. Chapter l The Subjectivity of Values 1.
Moral scepticism There are no objective values. This a of the thesis of chapter, but before arguing for it I shall try to clarify and restrict it in ways that and prevent some misunderstanding. The statement of this thesis to of three. This clearly written and broad-ranging text introduces and explains the notion of intersubjectivity as a central concern of philosophy, sociology, psychology and politics.
The main purpose of the book is to provide a coherent framework for this important concept against which the various and contrasting debates can be more clearly understood.
In her new award-winning book, Medical Bondage: Race, Gender, and the Origins of American Gynecology, historian Deirdre Cooper Owens describes the experimental work of early American gynecologists, including Dr.
James Marion Sims, “the father of modern gynecology.” Beginning inSims famously p. The main purpose of the book is to provide a coherent framework for this important concept against which the various and contrasting debates can be more clearly understood.
Beyond this, Nick Crossley provides a critical discussion of intersubjectivity as an interdisciplinary concept to shed light on our understanding of selfhood, communication.
Observations and speculations on subjectivity. [Ronald W Langacker] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library.
Create Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0 library.subjectivity definition: 1. the influence of personal beliefs or feelings, rather than facts: 2. the influence of personal. Learn more.‘Modernism's understanding of the links between subjectivity and gender was shaped by Victorian domestic ideology.’ ‘The resistance of writers such as Hawthorne and Melville to the novel was a resistance to a form in which subjectivity was already compacted by history.’.