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Antagonism and Subjectification in the Poem of Resistance (Essay)

Cosmos and History: The Journal of Natural and Social Philosophy 2010, July, 6, 2

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The purpose of this article is to consider the production and reception of the poetic discourses of resistance in the light of a relational--and not universal--theory of the historical subject. The relational thought system, in its various orientations (Cassirer, Elias, Bourdieu, Even-Zohar, Calhoun, Bourriaud ...), could be a suitable base from which to overcome blocks such as those caused by polarizations of the dominion-subalternity or power-resistance variety--this last being very persistent in the sociological debate to highlight the dependence on the nuclei of power and of their discourses that exists in every position of political-cultural resistance. (1) HEURISTICS OF CULTURAL RESISTANCE

Antagonism and Subjectification in the Poem of Resistance (Essay)
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  • Category: Religion & Spirituality
  • Published: 01 July 2010
  • Publisher: Ashton and Rafferty
  • Print Length: 20 Pages
  • Language: English
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