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Socialisation and Subjection in the Foundations of the Understanding

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KeywordsTriple Keywords
Concepts
Concept formation
Subject (Philosophy)
Child socialization
Children--Socialization
Enculturation
Social education
Socialization
Mental philosophy
Behavioral sciences
Mind
Science, Mental
Psychology
Philosophy
Social theory
Sociology
Anthropology

Abstract

The work proposal focuses on identifying some relationships between the concepts that refer to socialisation and subjective processes in their articulation with understanding. To this end, a brief reference is made to them on the basis of a multidisciplinary and cross-cutting approach, which includes psychological (Freud, Lacan, Piaget), philosophical (Habermas, Wittgenstein), sociological (Marx, Weber, Habermas) and anthropological (Mauss) contributions. Finally, we propose an interpretative model for these interrelated aspects based on four dimensions of analysis: subjectivity, intelligibility, sociability and corporate life. The understanding of each subject can be conceived as the result of a subtle combination involving these four constituent dimensions of their distinctive features.

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