Tag: antropología

The public space like ideology. Manuel Delgado
09-04-2015 No Comments

The public space like ideology. Manuel Delgado

If town planners, architects and designers can conceive the public space as an emptiness between constructions that it is necessary to fill with form adapted to the promoters’ aims and authorities, that is to say, as a complement for urban development operations, there exists another speech in which this concept is understood as the accomplishment of an ideological value. The […]

Minim moralia. Reflections from the damaged life
15-10-2013 No Comments

Minim moralia. Reflections from the damaged life

Minima Moralia was mostly written in the final years of the World War II. The author divided into three parts and an appendix, a powerful and coherent corpus of aphorisms, dyed in a deep sense of tearing, which addresses some of his favorite areas of thought, such as sociology, anthropology and aesthetics. Minim moralia. Reflections from the damaged life Theodor […]

Tim Ingold and the construction of the way
01-07-2013 No Comments

Tim Ingold and the construction of the way

More spatial anthropology, this time of the hand of the indescribable one and always interesting Tim Ingold. Often I me have stumbled over his esencialismos and his dangerous airs heideggerianos, but again and again I return to his texts like who it returns to the roots that want to be recognized … Here in a presentation in the School of […]