Subjetividad, cuerpo y afecto en la teoría sociológica
This article seeks to contribute to the understanding of subjectivity within sociological theory, specifically in the sociology of action. To this end, it is proposed as a hypothesis the need to understand the affections to analyze the responsiveness of the subject to the systemic processes that determine it. In this direction, it is recognized, in first place, the importance of subjectivity to diagnose the crisis of the modern project, a central element in classical sociology. Second, the sociology of the subject outlined by Alain Touraine -identifying the problematic relationship between subjectivity and body- is reviewed. Finally, Spinoza and Butler's ontology of the body is used to identify the affection nature of the responsiveness of the subject.
Angelcos, N. (2017). Subjetividad, cuerpo y afecto en la teoría sociológica / Subjectivity, body and affection in sociological theory. Estudios Avanzados, 26(26), 76-94. Consultado de http://www.journals.usach.cl/ojs/index.php/ideas/article/view/2756