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Post-workerism and contemporary archaeology: a case study

AutorAlonso González, Pablo
Palabras claveContemporary Archaeology; Post-workerism; Ethnoarchaeology; Ethnography
Fecha de publicación2011
EditorUniversidade do Algarve
ResumenPasolini is well aware of the paradox that capitalism establishes. On the one hand it destroys popular cultures and their sacred, "animist" vision of nature, things and the cosmos. On the other hand, through novel machinic assemblages it creates the conditions for drawing new continuities between subject/object and nature/culture. As Guattari, he understood this contradictory double movement. Firstly, the objectification and rationalization of nature and the cosmos that renders them exploitable and, secondly, the possibility of a “machinic animism” that could "re-sacralise" (Pasolini) or "re-enchant" (Guattari) them. What has been lost with the disappearance of nonanthropomorphic cultures and religions can be reinvented with the non-anthropomorphic machinism of capitalism. Maurizio Lazzarato (forthcoming).
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