violence, “Humiliation, fear and powerlessness form, then, together with anger, contempt and compassion, an emotional complex endowed with a dynamics that is specific to these situations of victimization, which can provide us with a guide to understand subjective violence associated with a certain
objective faith limited to the acceptance of dogmatic truths. On this basis we can understand Habermas’ reference to the primacy of subjective and practical faith in Pietism – making mention of Schleiermacher – to the detriment of the objective and dogmatic faith of Protestant Orthodoxy. “As a philosopher
Protestant tradition. According to him, one can see a disintegration of the personality centered on subjectivity and consciousness as modern human being’s sole authority. The rupture between consciousness and world accounts for the increase of mental illnesses in Protestant countries. The escape valve of
The Formation of the Subject in the Anthropocene. Sustainability, Mimesis and Ritual
The article argues that we live in the Anthropocene, where human beings become the telluric power and determine the future of the planet. This situation requires a re-evaluation of our understanding of individuality and subjectivity. Human beings must reconsider their self-concepts, their self-images, their planetary role and develop new perspectives on education. Ultimately, this also calls for practices of sustainable development, mimetic learning and ritual arrangements.
pretends to serve the oppressed but actually supports the power elite – from the perspective of the philosophy of praxis that he developed throughout his life. For Freire, critical consciousness (conscientization) cannot be divorced from Christian consciousness. Freire’s attack on bourgeois subjective
Technik beziehe sich »theils auf die Kunst der Darbietung, theils auf die der Befestigung«, man kann ihre »objective«, vom »Lehrobject«, und ihre »subjective«, von der »Person des […] Lehrers« bestimmte Seite unterscheiden (ebd., S. 77). Geradezu emphatisch, jedenfalls ohne Angst vor der ›Technik
reflection, Kegel’s example interests us as it aids in understanding the internal structure of the metaphor that always represents a deep meaning, revealed and brought to full awareness. This objective and subjective representation of the metaphor emerges both in the case in which the metaphor is used a
The term ›Post-digital culture‹ describes a condition where digitality is deeply embedded not only into the medial aspects of everyday life, but also into the infrastructural and material layers of culture. The conditions of processes of subjectivation are transformed through the digital designs on multiple levels. Aesthetic education is discussed as a particular doorway to relate to transformations of the sensual, medial and material conditions of subjectivation through digital designs.