Buy El Artesano 3 by Professor Richard Sennett (ISBN: ) from Amazon’s Book Store. Juntos: rituales, placeres y política de cooperación. Synopsis. Este es el primero de tres libros sobre cultura material. Ante todo, es de destacar el concepto mismo de actividad artesanal, que abarca, como se. Según anuncia Sennett en el prólogo, El artesano constituye el «primero de tres libros sobre cultura material, cada uno pensado como.
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Where he falls short is his choice of case studies, which make heavy-handed reference to expert practices of which Sennett seems to have more than cursory knowledge – architecture, urban design, computer programming, cooking – instead of practices more traditionally associated with “craft. Las oposiciones que pueden producir alguna incomodidad, como la de animal laborans — homo faberde su maestra Hannah Arendt, son minimizadas y encubiertas.
This book is an example of class richadd ‘the elephant in the room’. Richard Sennett has explored how individuals and groups make social and cultural sense of material facts — about the cities in which they live and about the labour they do. Wat me aansprak was de genoemde noodzaak iets goed te leren.
There are no discussion topics on this book yet. The hand needs to be sensitised at the fingertip, enabling it to reason about touch. No es casualidad que el taylorismo ni siquiera sea mencionado. artesamo
I speak from experience as a woodworker, blacksmith, and coder. I think the foundations of many contemporary “business” and “self-help” books can be traced back to the insights expounded in this one and I’ll certainly be rereading it often. This is fundamental to the gap in knowledge and understanding between the classes – between the literary class and the rest who are embedded within oral culture.
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But my debt to society — to community — is large in all senses and it is a debt I never understate or underestimate.
He methodically unwraps the process of learning and instruction – a section I personally found to be so insightful I ended up reading repetitively. See other items More Sennett carefully examines the idea of ‘craftsmanship’, dissects the cultural practices behind the concept, and introduces his readers to the mindset behind all skillful dennett. No trivia or quizzes yet. Select a valid country.
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I speak from experience as a woodworker, blacksmith, and coder. Improvising to establish consistent, tested collaboratively agreed rules The idea is easier to develop if an investigative tool is involved: But for a reader who seeks a deliberate piece of political philosophy improvised as sennettt epistemological account of practice in a leveled world of commercialism, then this book, at least for now, still falls short of this wish.
And here in lies my problem, for me at least.
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A book backed by much thought and intelligence, yet still not what I had hoped or expected it to be. Refresh and try again. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Once this is achieved problems of coordination can be addressed.
There is a discussion here about people working together to make Wikipedia and Linux – and perhaps there is that – but I’m not sure this is quite the same thing as the system of apprenticeship Sennett seems to be endorsing. The dialogue with materials in craftsmanship is unlikely to be charted by intelligence tests; again, most people are able to reason well about their physical sensations.
Fantastic and edifying study of a topic that is literally difficult to but into word. In seeking out an answer he delves deep and moves across disciplines with grace, but also illustrates each of his points with a story from the history of a number of different crafts. What he unfolds richaed a remarkably balanced perspective on capitalism, recognizing its positives and its pitfalls, dwelling in particular on pyramidal power structures and on equality of individuals in terms of craft ability.
Sennett gives a Marxian interpretation to craft and its history – which again is valuable to me, since I am new to cultural studies, but can see its value to my interests.