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Vol 10, No 2 (2009) > Twardella

Review Essay: Faltering Forms Go to School. Analysis of the Subject in Connection With Andreas Reckwitz

Johannes Twardella


In his book “Subjectivity,” Andreas RECKWITZ interprets the work of a series of structuralist and poststructuralist authors in relation to the analysis of subjectivity. In the following article I reconstruct this interpretation and attempt to critically analyze the empirical explanatory power of these authors. An excerpt from the school routine of a German class is used to show how these various “subject-theoretical analysis strategies” may lead to different, interesting, and insightful interpretations. It also becomes clear that the idea of subjectivity, and therefore of education and maturity, cannot be abandoned. Without this idea, the application of pedagogy would be cynical, and the ability to understand it impossible. URN: urn:nbn:de:0114-fqs090222


subjectivity; analysis of subjectivity; structuralism; research on teaching

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