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Benjamin Jörissen

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.

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Karen Feldman

our own subjectivity by transforming it into language” (HR, p. 104). The reference to the transformation into language of our subjectivity is key here. De Man is saying that for Heidegger there is no immediate relationship even to our own subjectivity. That relationship to our own human existence is

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Michal Beth Dinkler

means.” 18 In other words, interpretive, temporal, and disciplinary dichotomies become elided in a growing mountain of cumulative associations: anachronistic is opposed to historical and value-driven is opposed to fact-driven and subjective is opposed to neutral, and on and on. In an era governed

Conceptual Preconditions of Free Will

On the Dialectics of Spontaneity in Performative Action

Pirmin Stekeler-Weithofer

‘back’ from a mere focus on objects to us as the subjective centres of any claim and, therefore, of any truth . The most crucial and least understood move in logical analysis is Hegel’s insight that any talk of distinct objects or distinct properties presupposes a practice of differentiations

Christoph Bode

, subjective truths. 5 Some subscribed to a poetics of subjectivity, others to a literary ideal of non-subjectivity; some wanted literature and the arts to be organic, others highly self-conscious, self-reflexive and ironic. Some regarded poetry, others the novel, yet others the drama as the supreme of genres

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Maria Vargas

to expect that this type of violence committed against indigenous women be recorded when the soldier in charge of recording the events in the military log uses his authority of record keeper to dehumanize and obliterate indigenous gendered subjectivities from physical and discursive existence

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Debra Bergoffen

and cultural hierarchies by denigrating the subjectivity of some and inflating that of others. Pulling these analyses together and sifting them through feminist discussions of the denigration of the whore reveals that the effectiveness of genocidal rape relies on the manipulation of ontological and

El Teatro Campesino

Short Plays, Large Issues

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Horst Tonn

that identified the intersections of Chicano subjectivity and collective urgencies. Emphatically these plays endorsed the possibility of political, economic and cultural transformation. In this essay I want to focus on two cultural functions of political theater as practiced by El Teatro Campesino

The Simple Life

How Utopian Leisure Depends on Abstinence and Renunciation

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Monika Fludernik

subjectivity and individuality through the appurtenances of civilization in the shape of personal possessions. These features of abstinence and voluntary reductionism are also foregrounded in Ernest Callenbach’s Ecotopia (1975), another positive utopia from the post-war period. As a member of the SFB 1015

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Sebastian Winter and Susanne Boehm

intra-subjective conflict. In this regard, Freud coined the term of the “civilization and its discontent” – a lasting inner pressure and friction caused by the sense of guilt. 11 The Temptation of Soldierness The structure of civilization that Freud has explained as connected closely to inner pressure