Materiality and Subject in Marxism, (Post-)Structuralism, and Material Semiotics

Materiality and Subject in Marxism, (Post-)Structuralism, and Material Semiotics

English | 2016 | ISBN: 1137598360 | 143 Pages | PDF | 1,7 MB

This clear and concise book investigates the relation between materiality and the subject in Marxism, (post-)structuralism, and material semiotics. It introduces the three approaches in an accessible way and serves as an introduction to different kinds of materialism and theories of the subject. For each approach, the modalities of materiality of the respective materialism are defined and the relationship between these multiple materialities and the subject are presented as specific to the theoretical approaches discussed.

Beetz argues for a non-reductionist materialism, which conceives of materiality as more than matter or matter in motion. In such a materialism the subject is seen as an effect of material conditions, relations, processes, and practices. He shows how the constitution and decentering of the subject is conceptualized in the approaches presented and highlights the role of material instances in these processes.


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