Aspects of Confucianism

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Loïc Wacquant describes subjectivism, or the subjectivist point of view, as that which: Asserts that social reality is a ‘contingent ongoing accomplishment’ of competent social actors who continually construct their social world via ‘the organized artful practices of everyday life’... A society was defined by its mode of production, on which its political, juridical, and ideological superstructures were allegedly based. A friend, Miminu, in his forties, loves the life but is struggling to make a living, and still unmarried, faces increasing isolation. 1993. 102 min.

Pages: 203

Publisher: Peter Lang GmbH (January 1, 1991)

ISBN: 3820495983

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