interpreted as a category with the status of a universal, timeless quality (that is, Truth with a big ‘T’). London: SAGE Publications Ltd doi: 10.4135/9781446221426.n2. In contrast, the city was all but ignored, treated as a cultural vacuum, and conceived only as a site of work, production, and economic relations. In this layered, imaginary we find ample opportunity to sort social. This form of difference is continually renewed as, haecceities become tendencies, forming complex assem-, blages of forces, particles, connections, affects, and, becomings, relations of movement and rest, speed and, those relations; in effect, haecceities work to map their, environment at the same time that both the environment, and themselves are transformed through each and every, It is in this self-organizing immanence that we find, Deleuzean- and Latourian-inspired rejections of, mental spatial concepts that rely on transcendence. played, or manifested in practice. ranks of post-structuralists because his anti-essentialist, assemblage-based approach to ontology is concerned, first and foremost with the introduction of newness, structuralist thinkers satisfy themselves by leveling, critiques against the systematic and oppressive structur-, ings that pervade social life, Deleuze sought strategies, turned toward difference readies itself for encounters, with random, alternative arrangements and events, emerging through the dynamic, interactive encounters, In this sense, Deleuze’s philosophy should be con-, sidered an active one. T, because each society has its own regime of truth, the, specifics of which are fashioned by: the types of dis-, courses deployed (these can be legal, moral, rational, and, teleological, among others); the techniques and pro-, cedures used to distinguish between true and false, saying what counts as true. Moreover, on the basis of pragmatic democratic theory, it can be argued that people, even if they take agonistic positions, are nevertheless capable of agreeing on productive ideas for the future. preceded almost exclusively from the Platonic tradition. duces sharp contrasts between essence and ephemerality, cause/effect and contingence/serendipity, substance and. processes, such as those driving economies and culture. This does not mean that there have been no studies or publications that could be classified as social geography. grows. In its usual, vertical/hierarchical form, scalar levels – whether fixed, or in more contemporary theories as socially produced –, are an invitation to think POEMs as nested from the, local to the global, and everywhere in between (body, household, neighborhood, region, nation). Such a recasting of ontology, whereby human beings, are located alongside a host of nonhuman entities within, a broad and complex network, or assemblage, does raise, the question of whether or not ANT has taken a step, back, philosophically speaking, by returning to the, Platonian notion of similitude. certitude, and their exacting uncertainties. Using Derrida’s critique of Saussure, feline is not grounded in the one-to-one relationship, between it and the referent, but is definable only in, relation to all other concepts that give feline its dis-, tinction by referring to what feline is not. And third, humans concei, sciences of ‘Man’ simply cannot produce a comprehensive, account of their subject/object, and so must dis. For, non-post-structuralists this distinction, and the impulse, to resolve it, implies a faith in the possibility of, unmediated re-presentation, wherein researchers might, is not to reject the existence of the world, to maintain that the world can never be kno. stitute interrelated signs, whose mark or signifier is em-, bedded in a structure of langue, which itself may be. In an, ontology of immanence, it is the form of the relation, between the actual and the virtual that forms the heart of, an analysis. raphers interested in drawing upon, and contributing to, post-structuralist debates. Post-structuralist Geography: A Guide to Relational Space - Ebook written by Jon Murdoch. Les fragmentations urbaines, la dérégulation de l'espace de vie commun et la dissolution des liens sociaux fondés sur une urbanité commune sont les principales conséquences des guerres urbaines, qui empêchent le rétablissement durable de la paix. This is because, first, the de-stabilization of centers –, what has been termed in deconstruction as the ‘cracking, of nutshells’ – is very much a political project in the way, it points to the constructedness and, hence, the contin-, a form of evaluation and intervention. to the regulatory surveillance and practices of the police. “geografía post-estructural” no se puede referir a un movimiento dentro de la disciplina geográfica, a pesar de que podría hablarse de algunos trabajos events (e.g., parts of nature, the definition of resistance). Each of these allows for, others as valid claims concerning the nature, operate through discourse, and to be complicit with the, production of specific forms of knowledge that not only, claim to provide insight into how the world w. cialized cadre of experts, such as scientists and educators, who draw on these bodies of knowledge to further en-, ticular ideas and concepts through society. assemblages. Supported by scientific modes of representation, wildlife-management agencies commonly adopt policies that subordinate nonhuman species and resubstantiate human - nonhuman hierarchies. Post-structuralism is an intellectual movement that emerged in philosophy and the humanities in the 1960s and 1970s. Derrida (1930–2004) and Michel Foucault (1926–84). 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I have just been reading the first chapter of J. Murdoch's Post-structuralist Geography. SAGE Knowledge brings together high-quality content from across our imprints, including CQ Press and Corwin titles. point into a much more complex form of interrogation, wherein thought is given to how people and things e, capacities for action, whether it be through focused and, deliberate intent, the movement of certain parts, or even, a passivity in regard to the actions of other entities. Continuous functioning of the transport system is a material basis without which achievement of sustained economic growth is impossible. More specifically, we argue that the relation between cinema and enactments of geopolitical intervention must be understood not only in terms of the way one reproduces or subverts the discursively framed codes and scripts of the other but also in terms of the amplification and anchoring of particular affects through specific tactics and techniques. All rights reserved. At the same time, what was a somewhat, knee-jerk critique of other epistemological stances, for, example, ‘Marxism’, as a ‘meta-narrative’ that promised, to singularly explain real-world conditions, has been, of ideas beneath such a label. Power/Knowledge: Selected Interviews and Other, Reassembling the Social: An Introduction to Actor-, A History of Spaces: Cartographic Reason, Mapping, Non-Representational Theory: Space, Politics, Affect. First, s/he, appears as an object to be studied empiricall, other objects, but is also posited as the tr, presenting her/himself as the source of intelli, the unthinkable. Under the aegis, eation. Foucault’s work points to the, indivisibility of space and social power – from the, ways that social relations are constituted in and unfold, through spatial distributions, built environments, and, spatial significations, to the ways that space itself is, socially produced through relations of social power. Poststructuralism, movement in literary criticism and philosophy begun in France in the late 1960s. sensible form by establishing differences among them. - a thorough appraisal of the work of key post-structuralist thinkers, including Gilles Deleuze, Michel Foucault, and Bruno Latour, - case studies to elucidate, illustrate, and apply the theory. necting the processes at one level with those at another, with clever opportunities for horizontal flows followed by, displaced touchdowns, and for scalar jumping to dif, problem with such theorizing is precisely its reliance on a, transcendental spatial imaginary, one that is detached, from the actual sites in which concrete material objects, and practices and their discursive counterparts are. In recognizing center, as products of an either/or mode of thinking rather than, has the social power to draw the boundary between a, center and margin; on the other hand, they question to. Post-structuralist Geography is a highly accessible introduction to post-structuralist theory that critically assesses how post-structuralism can be used to study space and place. Derrida would go on to show how w, centers and structures so as to ‘deconstr, ery of their claims to independence. Post-Structuralist Geography: A Guide to Relational Space: Murdoch, Jon: Amazon.com.mx: Libros Through a literature review and content analysis this article traces the emergence of volunteered geographic information (VGI), and identifies the recurrent use of several related binaries to contrast this phenomenon with the conventional spatial data production activities of states and corporations. And, it is through this process of de-stabilization, that post-structuralism has wide-ranging implications for, Part of understanding the relationship between post-, prefix ‘post’, as opposed to ‘anti’. It revolves around three key functions. Utilizes the framework of non-lieanr dynamics (complexity theory). And yet, as a ‘post’, rather than an ‘anti’, this body of thought will alw, to its other, structuralism, which is both its trace and its, Deconstruction; Foucauldianism; Local-Global; Marxism/. With the distinctions between Deleuzian theory and common wildlife-management practices in mind, the paradigm of sustainability is criticized for prioritizing demographic and genetic stability over spatial transgression, thereby minimizing the developmental capacities of nonhumans and legitimizing existing spatial structures of exclusion and control. The text comprises: - a thorough appraisal of the work of key post-structuralist thinkers, including Gilles Deleuze, Michel Foucault, and Bruno Latour Lulka, D. (2004). Indeed, rather than presume to work within the domain, of similitude, researchers understand and artic, role as proliferating difference by acting out the multi-, With these comments on representation in mind, let, us now turn to a more explicit discussion of the spati-, alities of representation by outlining the emergence of a, twofold agenda for geographic research: (1) to investigate, the spatial character of discourses through an investi-, gation of the geographic meanings embedded in par-, ticular representations and discursive sites, and (2) to, understand the representational character of space, Regarding the first, we can assert not only that repre-, places and stamping them (by placing them within a, particular context) with specific meanings, but also that, any signification or discourse is ‘always already’, An answer is to be found in the dialectic of space, and social power elaborated by writers such as Michel, Foucault and those geographers who have been, influenced by his work. time, implying that a center is not really a center after all, but a contradiction, a force of desire or power rather than, contribution is from the perspective of within: if centers, rely on the exclusion of outside elements to produce, structures, then they and their associated structures are, dependent upon the ‘outside other’, or ‘constitutive, outside’. Thus while the center is related, to all of those elements within the structure, it is also, held to be beyond the excluded elements, and therefore, fixed and inviolable, at least with respect to those ‘other’, could not exist without the accompanying exclusion, and, this meant that the center was both within (i.e., a pres-, ence) and outside (i.e., an absent presence) at the same. particular signified again and again. Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. Recent work in political and cultural geography has foregrounded the role of affect in the performative enactment of space and spacing. Hello, would you like to continue browsing the SAGE website? with authoritarian forms of power in which a particular, group names and frames reality for all. (To think this, the source of knowledge, and presume an unw, conditions of possibility for thought and action; that is, it, posits what is appropriate and reasonable to be thought, and practiced. prominent among these is that of scale. However, it also has adherents in political geography, economic geography, and social geography. Marxist Geography I; Marxism/Marxist Geography II; Posthumanism/Posthumanistic Geographies; Structural. 0–7619–7423–7 * Facultad de Filosofía y Letras, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México This book provides an essential insight into the practices and ideas of maps and map-making. Consider, for example, our understanding of phenomena, as either natural or cultural. As such, it should, not be thought of as a set of meanings that are somehow, imprinted onto real-world phenomena. Moreover, post-structuralism has affected not just what geographers study but how they study. as a unique being, capable of describing, explaining, and mastering the operation of body and mind, as w, as society and nature. How-, post-structuralist, to assert a clean and, between the two, and indeed, as Chris Philo has intim-, case, Philo argues, discourse is understood to possess a, distinctive ontological status. Begins the task of constructing a different kind of political genre. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh Press. discursive practices. Such binary thinking will, ultimately organize virtually all questions, might want to ask about social or physical systems. velopment of post-structuralism was the Swiss linguist. Michel Foucault's work is rich with implications and insights concerning spatiality, and has inspired many geographers and social scientists to develop these ideas in their own research. ), Theory: Interpreting Modernity and Postmodernity. For years, Spanish aca- demic geography, isolated from outside influences, was limited to exploring only cer- tain topics and was deprived of any methodo- logical development and critical approach. 29-55). Please refer to our updated inspection copy policy for details. Includes a case study. So, from the introductory chapter, I have tried to understand the difference between Structuralist and Post-Structuralist approaches to geography and space. post-structuralism. some instances binary thought can be productive, as in, computer languages that operate on an underlying sys-, binaries so stricture what knowledge is possible that, ontological concepts (or what we presume the world to, consist of, e.g., the individual vs. society. It: Introduces the rather dispersed discussion of non-representational theory to a wider audience. And, yet, it would be more in keeping with Latour’s e, ation of agency to see this rather as a necessary entry. Globalization is not scaled; nor does it flow, untethered, like the airline route map. The place of landscape: A conceptual framework for, Schlosser, K. (2007). canine variant. or conceptual branches (geographical thought, qualitative methodologies, etc.). Thoughts, words and creative locational acts. ), but also, through the assignation, of a periphery, defines an ‘other’ that falls outside of its, purview, fiction. In doing so, we argue that a geographical sensibility, that is, an alertness to space, space–time contexts, historicogeographical specificities and so on, should be considered part and parcel of postdisciplinary, post-structural theorizing, research, and politics. We illustrate this through a brief discussion of how the relations between the affective and geopolitical logics of intervention are implicated in U.S. involvement in Somalia in 1993 and its depiction in the 2002 film Black Hawk Down. things cultural and economic reside and do their work is. Buy Post-structuralist Geography 1st ebooks from Kortext.com by Murdoch, Jon from SAGE Publications published on 11/22/2005. (2007). (eds.) of that simple, Latourian object, the shipping container, dense objects and networks could have mobilized to, enable the corporation to bring cheap goods from the, social sites (factories) of China to the US in the first, place. These, are posing questions about ‘real’ categories, they, default investigating the products of their own binary, A third complaint about structuralist thinking is that it, is not, in fact, as fully relational as structuralism claims it, language comprises an arbitrary system of signifiers, whose elements become meaningful through their, relation to each other (the word ‘cat’ does not sound, like ‘dog’ and thus permits us to understand the differ-, ence), for him the concept of a feline, four-legged, mammal (the signified) becomes the agreed upon, or, correct, re-presentation (see below) of the real-world, animal, or referent, independent of the existence of its. The uncertain boundaries between structuralism and post-structuralism become further blurred by the fact that scholars rarely label themselves as post-structuralists. All of, these are a form of agency in the sense that they can work, to produce particular affects, but their specific mani, festation and mode of operation is very much context, dependent. Transcendence finds its origins in theo-, points on the one hand to a divine being that stands, outside of and beyond the world, and on the other to the, more abstract notion of a unifying principle – which may, of the formative power of the human mind to imagine –, that underpins all of the phenomena that make up that, world. from fixities to fluidities, from rootedness to mobilities, and from hierarchies to networks. Provides the basis for an experimental rather than a representational approach to the social sciences and humanities. As an alternative to a binary conceptualization of spatial data production, a different representation is put forward that more accurately depicts what is in actuality a vast, shifting, and heterogeneous landscape of spatial data production approaches. International Encyclopedia of Human Geography, Study of what the world is like, or must be, vi-Strauss’s search for the organizing principles of. Doel, M. (2005). Philo, C. (1989). The situation vis-a`-vis cultural geography is more limited, to which not a single reflection or elegy has been devoted. sign, and play in the discourse of the human sciences’. as objectivity/subjectivity, interpretation/explanation, historical analysis and the historian that substitutes. Contributors include a number of key figures in social/spatial theory such as David Harvey, Chris Philo, Sara Mills, Nigel Thrift, John Agnew, Thomas Flynn and Matthew Hannah. And, in some versions of Marxism, structuralism, underwrote attempts to explain many aspects of social. For more details, please see: http://conference.rgs.org/CallForPapers/View.aspx?heading=Y&session=92d79fe9-e2a7-463d-b14d-cf4ebb70098c. © 2008-2020 ResearchGate GmbH. Thus, feline is. binary forms such as individual/society, nature/culture, Over the course of the twentieth century geography, underwent a series of conceptual revolutions, inspired as, much by tumultuous on the ground events, as well as the, crossover of ideas and concepts developed within other, disciplines. Here, we first elaborate the tenets of structuralism and post-structuralism, dividing the latter into theorists whose work alternatively stress epistemology and ontology. Thinking about difference is a, matter of asking what bodies can do, and from this, springs a literalist conceptualization of, inquiry into ‘what is to be done’. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. In analyzing the relations, among these elements, Saussure struck an analytic dis-, tinction between the ‘signified’, which is the mental, construct, or idea, of a particular phenomen, ‘signifier’, which takes the form of a distinguishable, ‘mark’, such as a sound, inscription, or special body, when people communicate they use particular signs to, signifiers are considered to exist within the realm of the, symbolic, that is, as abstract representations that refer to, real-world phenomena, the systems of communication, Given that there is no necessary relationship between the, signifier and the signified, the actual choice of signifier is, ferent words (signifiers) for the same object (the signi-, fied). brings together high-quality content from across our imprints, including CQ Press and Corwin titles. Marxists and some feminists were often found accusing, post-structuralists of a simplistic idealis, even nihilist, politics. Among the most, important of his concepts is that of discur, emerges in the very act of articulation. Thus, a major, component of post-structuralist research involves in-, quiries into the categories that frame reality according to, Second, binaries presume a totalizing epistemology, so, termed because either/or thought can only posit a world, in which everything either ‘is’ or ‘is not’. Fundamentando-se nas abordagens sobre território e fronteira a partir da Geografia Política, da Geografia Social e da Geografia Cultural, fez-se o estudo de livro didático analisando-se seus conteúdos a respeito do tema. By observing the generation and negoti-, ation of scientific knowledge as produced through, everyday lab life, Latour challenges modernist con-, ceptions of truth and transparency in scientific fact, of those truths. hope is meant to be expanded from this recognition, for it, enables us to invite into play new worlds whose potential, the actual. First, post-structuralists take note of and cri-, tique forms of thought that distinguish between the real. What unites this relationship is an affective experience through which political life emerges. What Is The Difference Between Post-Structuralism and Structuralism? In Post-structuralist geography: A guide to relational space (pp. manner that is not somehow already socially mediated. - boxed summaries of complex arguments which - with the engaging writing style - provide a clear overview of post-structuralist approaches to the study of space and place. In addition, Derrida, explained how a structure paradoxically provides both, the grounds and constraints for what he called the, unfolds – is both made possible and limited by the, ‘structurality’ or centering of a structure, which contra-, dictorily hinges on its fundamental immobility and, reassuring certitude. atize the production of modernist forms of knowledge, the eighteenth century produced a series of non-normal, others, such as the insane, the abnormal, and the sexually, modernist undertaking has been underwritten by a par-, ticular conception of ‘Man’ (as Foucault invariably put it). First, they maintain that in all, of these binary systems, what appears to be the foun-, dation for a system of thought is but a hypothetical, construct, one that reveals more about the society that, produced it than the supposed character of the real, world. 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