Cornelius Castoriadis

Cornelius Castoriadis By Cornelius Castoriadis Nikos Papastergiadis, Cornelius Castoriadis Im Mittelpunkt von Cornelius Castoriadis Denken stehen drei wichtige eng miteinander verkn pfte Begriffe das Imagin re Kreation und Autonomie Sie verweisen auf das breite Spektrum von Bede
  • Title: Cornelius Castoriadis
  • Author: Cornelius Castoriadis Nikos Papastergiadis
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  • Cornelius Castoriadis By Cornelius Castoriadis Nikos Papastergiadis, Im Mittelpunkt von Cornelius Castoriadis 1922 1997 Denken stehen drei wichtige, eng miteinander verkn pfte Begriffe das Imagin re, Kreation und Autonomie Sie verweisen auf das breite Spektrum von Bedeutungen, durch die eine Gesellschaft symbolische Formen und institutionelle Strukturen entwickelt, um ihre Identit t zum Ausdruck zu bringen Die von Castoriadis 1948 gemIm Mittelpunkt von Cornelius Castoriadis 1922 1997 Denken stehen drei wichtige, eng miteinander verkn pfte Begriffe das Imagin re, Kreation und Autonomie Sie verweisen auf das breite Spektrum von Bedeutungen, durch die eine Gesellschaft symbolische Formen und institutionelle Strukturen entwickelt, um ihre Identit t zum Ausdruck zu bringen Die von Castoriadis 1948 gemeinsam mit Claude Lefort gegr ndete linksradikale Gruppe Socialisme ou Barbarie beeinflusste zahlreiche Arbeiterbewegungen in ganz Europa F r seine Notizen zu Themen aus den Bereichen Philosophie, Wirtschaftswissenschaften, Politik, Mathematik und Psychoanalyse, aus denen hier eine Auswahl abgedruckt ist, verwendete er nie ein Notizbuch, sondern was eben greifbar war, seien es die R ckseiten von Lebensmittelkarten oder die Leerzeilen eines Tagungsprogramms Mit einer Einf hrung von Nikos Papastergiadis 1962 Professor f r Kulturwissenschaft und Medien Kommunikation an der Universit t von Melbourne.
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      Cornelius Castoriadis Greek was a Greek philosopher, social critic, economist, psychoanalyst, author of The Imaginary Institution of Society, and co founder of the Socialisme ou Barbarie group.Edgar Morin proposed that Castoriadis work will be remembered for its remarkable continuity and coherence as well as for its extraordinary breadth which was encyclopaedic in the original Greek sense, for it offered us a paideia, or education, that brought full circle our cycle of otherwise compartmentalized knowledge in the arts and sciences Castoriadis wrote essays on mathematics, physics, biology, anthropology, psychoanalysis, linguistics, society, economics, politics, philosophy, and art.One of Castoriadis many important contributions to social theory was the idea that social change involves radical discontinuities that cannot be understood in terms of any determinate causes or presented as a sequence of events Change emerges through the social imaginary without determinations, but in order to be socially recognized must be instituted as revolution Any knowledge of society and social change can exist only by referring to, or by positing, singular entities which figure and presentify social imaginary significations Castoriadis used traditional terms as much as possible, though consistently redefining them Further, some of his terminology changed throughout the later part of his career, with the terms gaining greater consistency but breaking from their traditional meaning neologisms When reading Castoriadis, it is helpful to understand what he means by the terms he uses, since he does not redefine the terms in every piece where he employs them Castoriadis has influenced European especially continental thought in important ways His interventions in sociological and political theory have resulted in some of the most well known writing to emerge from the continent especially in the figure of J rgen Habermas, who often can be seen to be writing against Castoriadis Hans Joas published a number of articles in American journals in order to highlight the importance of Castoriadis work to a North American sociological audience, and the enduring importance of Johann P Arnason, both for his critical engagement with Castoriadis thought, but also for his sustained efforts to introduce Castoriadis thought to the English speaking public especially during his editorship of the journal Thesis Eleven must also be noted In the last few years, there has been growing interest in Castoriadis s thought, including the publication of two monographs authored by Arnason s former students Jeff Klooger s Castoriadis Psyche, Society, Autonomy Brill , and Suzi Adams s Castoriadis s Ontology Being and Creation Fordham University Press.

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