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Subject: RE: [BOU:] War, Death and History  
Date: Tue, 19 Oct 2004 21:57:17 -0400


"Bourdieu's corpus..."

	Well, if you create a "body of work," then you don't have to be a
corpse.

	Your body will live on through your corpus.

R. K.

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-----Original Message-----
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[mailto:owner-bourdieu-AT-lists.village.Virginia.EDU] On Behalf Of Nathaniel
Roberts
Sent: Tuesday, October 19, 2004 7:29 PM
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Subject: Re: [BOU:] War, Death and History 


Well, there's his book on Heidegger (The Political Ontology of Martin 
Heidegger), which talks quite a bit about German fascism.  And since 
Heidegger was also a huge influence for Bourdieu, this might also be read 
as an example of Bourdieu's "study of the conditions of his own 
production". . .  though the particular aspects of Heidegger that he 
analyzes in that book are the same ones whose influence is so clear in 
Bourdieu.
-Nate


07:16 PM 10/19/2004, you wrote:
>I agree that King Richard of the Mountain's posts exhibit the WWW
equivalent
>of asperger's syndrome.
>
>Nevertheless, given that the topic of WWs is raised I would be interested
to
>hear from listers who know Bourdieu's corpus about how he saw his own
>theorising in relation to the two disastrous European civil wars of the
20th
>century and the aftermath. How was his theorising a reflexive expression of
>France's disasters? Is this where we meet him spiritually reconnecting with
>Pascal?
>
>I recall his comments on the need to turn and study the historical
>conditions of one's own (ie analytic) production if one is to gain a
>theoretical control over one's own structures and inclinations "as well as
>over the determinants whose products they are."
>Is not our non-interlocuting Konigsberg and his "over the top of genuine
>discourse" posting an instance of some form or other of "transcendental
>reflection"?
>
>Bruce C Wearne
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>
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "John Lowther" <j.lo-AT-earthlink.net>
>To: <bourdieu-AT-lists.village.virginia.edu>
>Sent: Wednesday, October 20, 2004 7:50
>Subject: Re: [BOU:] War, Death and History opportunist
>
>
> > On Tuesday, October 19, 2004, at 04:54  PM, kent strock wrote:
> >
> > > Has anyone read his work?
> >
> >
> > on the lacan list, one of the folks there levi bryant, read one of the
> > piece and offered a good bit of critique (to which i don't recall any
> > response) which while offered in good faith seemed to me to effectively
> > sink the piece in question.  i have tried reading a few things that
> > have gone around and found them, well, a bit confused wrt issues i was
> > familiar.  beyond that i cannot say.
> >
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