Comments on Eric Santner's Book (2016) The Weight of All Flesh by Razie Mah

Comments on Eric Santner's Book (2016) The Weight of All Flesh

byRazie Mah

Kobo ebook | November 17, 2016

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In The Weight of All Flesh: On the Subject-Matter of Political Economy (2016), professor Eric Santner presents an idea: Late medieval and early modern political theology transubstantiated into middle and late modern political economy.
He does this through directed association, drawing on references that - at first - do not seem linked, then pulling them into an image of an abstract materiality shifting from the glorious body of the medieval king to the everyday regular citizen of the modern world.
His argument sounds like a dream, demanding psychoanalytic interpretation.
My interpretation uses the category-based nested form. This form permits different levels of complexity, ideal for examining Santner’s multilayered and intuitive presentation. The forms visually demonstrate that modern materialism is relational in nature.

Title:Comments on Eric Santner's Book (2016) The Weight of All FleshFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:November 17, 2016Publisher:Razie MahLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1942824262

ISBN - 13:9781942824268

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