John Bale, Chris Philo's Body Cultures: Essays on Sport, Space & Identity by Henning PDF

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By John Bale, Chris Philo

ISBN-10: 0415172322

ISBN-13: 9780415172325

Physique Cultures explores the connection among the physique, game and panorama. This publication provides the 1st severely edited choice of Henning Eichberg's seven provocative essays into ''body culture''. Eichberg, a well known student in continental Europe who attracts upon the tips of Elias, Focault, Habermas and others, is now attracting massive curiosity from sociologists, historians and geographers. This assortment has been commonly edited to focus on Eichberg's most crucial arguments and topics. The editors concentration fairly on Eichberg's provocative claims in regards to the concept of house: from the micro-scale of the way human our bodies ''express'' themselves or are officially ''disciplined'' via their events in house, to the macro-scale of the way our bodies and cultures are invented and contested in reference to the self- identities they arrive to own in given destinations. Introductory essays supply transparent factors and interpretations in addition to a biography of Eichberg.

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In ‘Thinking dangerously’ he mentions his ‘quarrel with those linear descriptive models established in sociology, “regularities” and interpretations, lastly therefore also with my own scientific and political starting points’ (Eichberg, 1990b, p. , was shown by the history of the body to be the superstructure of a specific modern, western-industrial pattern of behaviour. Its claim to universality is not upheld by sensible intercultural comparison. Evolutionist and functionalist categories, the entire construct of sociological universalism, prove to be historical, that is, relative.

Configurational anthropology’ was a way of analysing the intersection of individual psychology and history, both of which were necessary for the interpretation of cultural forms (Benedict, 1989, pp. 232–3). This approach was above all Benedict’s response to claims for the biological bases of social phenomena, a claim that she emphatically rejected (Benedict, 1989, pp. 233–4). For Benedict, configurations or ‘patterns of culture’ should constitute the basic unit of sociological analysis: The significant sociological unit, from this point of view, therefore, is not the institution but the cultural configuration.

Unlike traditional (‘total’) history, which looks for continuities, Foucault seeks for epistemic breaks. He calls for a method that will obtain a plurality of histories, juxtaposed and independent from one another, but characterised by coincidences of dates and analogies of form and meaning. The problem is to determine what form of relation may be legitimately described between these different series (Foucault, 1972, p. 10). In ‘Thinking dangerously’ Eichberg notes the importance to him of the insight that ‘history makes leaps’: In the seventies the linearity of the historical process began to dissolve in the analysis of technology as well as the history of the body.

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